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Voices of D-Day

The Story of the Allied Invasion Told by Those Who Were There

Eisenhower Center Studies on War and Peace

312 pages / 6.00 x 9.00 inches / 29 halftones, 11 maps

ebook available

World War II

  Paperback / 9780807120811 / May 1996

In 1983 the Eisenhower Center at the University of New Orleans began a project to record the recollections of as many people as possible—civilians as well as soldiers—who were involved in one of the most pivotal events of the century. Skillfully edited by Ronald J. Drez and first published on the fifty-year anniversary of D-Day, the award-winning Voices of D-Day tells the story of that momentous operation almost entirely through the words of the people who were there. 

Stephen E. Ambrose (1936-2002), was Boyd Professor of History at the University of New Orleans and author of many biographies and histories, including D-day, June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II and Upton and the Army.

Ronald J. Drez, an award-winning author and former U.S. Marine Captain, served as the Assistant Director and Research Associate to Dr. Stephen E. Ambrose at the Eisenhower Center, and to Dr. Douglas Brinkley at the University of New Orle-ans for twenty years. Drez is the principal historian and president of Stephen Ambrose Tours, Inc.

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