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Pas de Calais
Williams. Lavishly illustrated, this volume examines the massive defensive fortifications constructed at Pas de Calais, an area along the Atlantic coast where Adolf Hitler believed would be the site of an Allied invasion. You'll learn of the design and construction of the giant Todt and Lindemann gun batteries that threatened Channel shipping and the south coast of England; tour the ports of Calais, Boulogne, and Dunkirk which, unusable by Allied forces, stretched supply lines to vulnerable levels; and more. 176 pages, 200 illustrations, 5¼"x 8½", softcover.
Normandy: Construction and Destruction
Williams. Lavishly illustrated, this volume follows Britain's 79th Armoured Division as it, equipped with specialized weaponry and Commander Sir Percy Hobart's "Funnies" (uniquely designed AFVs) in support of Allied efforts to ensure the success of the D-Day invasion, is tasked with eliminating Hitler's Atlantic Wall fortifications to prepare for waves of beach landings. 176 pages, 200 illustrations, 5¼"x 8½", softcover.