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JonS wrote:Hastings has a two(?) volume set that more or less covers the whole campaign, but Rich will be along shortly to explain why you shouldn't read either of them
I haven't read it, but I suspect Weigley's "Eisenhower's Lieutenants" might fill your requirements.
JonS wrote:D'Este "Decision in Normandy" is pretty good although he goes a little off the rails in places, and has been superseded in places. Already mentioned are the US and UK OHs, but search out the Canadian OH too and it's freely available legitimately online.
Exlurker wrote:Professor Copp's work lies at some odds with our "Official history"; this is why I'm bringing him and his work forward in this thread.
krichter33 wrote:Ludewig's Ruckzug is being published in English: http://www.amazon.com/R%C3%BCckzug-Retr ... ds=ruckzug
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