Nothing Less Than Victory by Russell Miller

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Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of D-Day, an oral history of the monumental June 1944 Normandy invasion tells the story in the words of those who fought on both sides, collected from many sources including diaries, letters, and interviews.

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Russell Miller was born in east London and began his career in journalism at the age of 16. While under contract to the" Sunday Times" magazine, he won four press awards and was voted Writer of the Year by the Society of British magazine Editors. He is the author of eleven previous books, most recently an acclaimed history of the legendary Magnum photo agency.
Published October 7, 1993 by Michael Joseph Ltd. 512 pages
Genres: History, War, Travel. Non-fiction

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Relying on correspondence, diaries, and interviews, Miller (The House of Getty, not reviewed) presents vivid first-person perspectives from British, German, and American combatants in the Allied invasion of Normandy.

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``Old soldiers are always happy to talk about their past campaigns,'' writes Miller ( The Resistance ), ``but getting them to talk about their feelings is not so easy.'' Old soldiers from the U.S., Canada, Britain, France and Germany hold forth eloquently here on what D-Day felt like.

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