There are some useful tactical details, but the reader's chief impression will be the overwhelming mix of emotions experienced by those landing on the beaches - fear, relief, horror, comradeship, and the occasional bizarre or humorous incident. One of the problems of reading history if that we know the outcome: this volume is a welcome antidote that places you in the minds of those men that day, for whom the outcome was anything but certain.
Miniature Wargames, August 2018 - reviewed by Chris Jarvis
An excellently balanced and unbiased book from which valuable lessons can be learnt. It gives great historical insight into these cases and leaves the reader wondering how many more similar cases may lay uncovered.
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On: Yorkshire magazine - reviewed by Victoria Holdsworth