D-Day Through German Eyes: How the Wehrmacht Lost France

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D-Day Through German Eyes: How the Wehrmacht Lost France

D-Day Through German Eyes: How the Wehrmacht Lost France

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Each soldier was stationed at one of the 5 invasion beaches and tells the interviewer what the invasion was like from the German perspective.

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The level of detail and gore and knowledge of equipment in the writing does not sound right coming from a 90+ year old veteran.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. All five interviewees have a very similar narrative voice, and I really questioned how they remembered the events in the way they did and detail they did a decade later. When that invasion finally fell upon the Normandy coastline and into the hedgerows and towns beyond, the German forces managed to hold for 10 weeks and in a few instances came close to defeating the largest amphibious assault force ever assembled. One soldier couldn't get over the fact that the Allies had no horses or mules and that all their transports were mechanized meaning they had no fears of fuel shortages. The fig tree is there, too, when war breaks out, when the capital is reduced to ashes and rubble, when the teenagers vanish.

Two of them describe witnessing SS guys straight up executing captured Allied soldiers, and they said it gave them a sick feeling. This book sheds fascinating light on these questions, bringing together statements made by German survivors after the war, when time had allowed them to reflect on their state of mind, their actions and their choices of June 6th. Holger Eckhertz's grandfather, a military journalist, interviewed soldiers stationed along the Atlantic Wall shortly before D-Day (June 6, 1944). Many interesting elements to it - particularly how the overwhelming force of the allies defeated the sophisticated defences of the axis. While some argue that the book provides valuable insights from the German perspective, others believe that it may contain biased or exaggerated accounts.The first book of D Day Through German Eyes has fascinated listeners around the world with its insight into the German experience of June 6, 1944. To him this was incomprehensible but it also reinforced the propaganda that he had been fed that his enemy was a tool of the wealthy industrialists that were behind the Allies' opposition to the Reich. We, however, bring the testimonies of vanquished armies to a global readership through our translations.

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