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Juno Beach (Paperback)

Canadian 3rd Infantry Division

WWII D-Day & Normandy Battlefield Guides WW2 Battlefield Guidebooks Battlefield Guides Normandy

By Major Tim Saunders
Imprint: Battleground
Series: Battleground Books: WWII
Pages: 192
ISBN: 9781844150281
Published: 22nd July 2003
Expected Re-release Date: 31st March 2017

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By June 1944, Juno Beach was a key part of Hitler's vaunted Atlantic Wall, with no less than four major strong points along its length. German pillboxes were sited to sweep the beaches with machine gun fire and were surrounded by belts of barbed wire and mines. Leading the attack were the 3rd Canadian Division, supported by the specialist assault tanks of the 79th Armoured Division (Hobart's 'Funnies'). Despite careful planning, poor D-Day weather led to a piecemeal landing and heroic individual battles in the streets of the seaside towns.

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About Major Tim Saunders

Tim Saunders is a former Army officer and author of thirteen Battleground titles on a wide range of Second World War battles. Tim is now also a script writer, programme maker and presenter for Battleground History TV.

In addition he regularly leads battlefield tours, including to the scene of Glider Pilot actions in Sicily, Normandy. Arnhem and the Rhine.

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