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We Were There at the Normandy Invasion

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"We Were There at the Normandy Invasion" by Clayton Knight is a gripping and unforgettable account of one of the most pivotal moments in World War II. The author seamlessly weaves together firsthand testimonies from soldiers who landed on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, providing a raw and authentic glimpse into the chaos, fear, and courage that defined the historic invasion.

Knight's meticulous research and vivid writing bring the harrowing experiences of these brave men to life, allowing readers to truly understand the human toll of war. The book is a testament to the resilience and sacrifice of the Allied forces who fought on that fateful day, and serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of remembering and honoring their legacy.

Overall, "We Were There at the Normandy Invasion" is a moving and powerful tribute to the heroes of D-Day and a must-read for anyone interested in World War II history.

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D-Day: 6 June 1944. The date of the invasion of the Normandy Coast of France by the Allies. This novel gives a different look at that invasion than most of us have ever seen. It tells of a young French boy, André Gagnon, and his exciting adventures as he helps the Maquis , a shot down British airman, and the American soldiers in their successful attempt to liberate France from German occupation. An entertaining and informative family friendly tale. - Summary by Wayne Cooke

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