The Longest Day: June 6th, 1944

Author: Cornelius Ryan

Newly in print for the first time in years, this is the classic story of the invasion of Normandy, and a book that endures as a masterpiece of living history. A compelling tale of courage and heroism, glory and tragedy, The Longest Daypainstakingly recreates the fateful hours that preceded and followed the massive invasion of Normandy to retell the story of an epic battle….Read More

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