The Far Shore by Edward Ellsberg

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The Far Shore

'“The Far Shore is the one the Allies fought to gain a foothold on during the Technicolor nightmare that was D-day, and this is an exciting and authoritative account of how they did so. . . . In spite of aerial bombs that fell three miles from the German fortifications, Allied spotting planes shot down by our own gunners, rockets which sailed harmlessly over the menacing cliffs, and a withering Nazi fire which upset the timetable to an almost fatal degree . . . a superb job . . . excellent.” —Chicago Tribune'
'“The Far Shore is the one the Allies fought to gain a foothold on during the Technicolor nightmare that was D-day, and this is an exciting and authoritative account of how they did so. . . . In spite of aerial bombs that fell three miles from the German fortifications, Allied spotting planes shot down by our own gunners, rockets which sailed harmlessly over the menacing cliffs, and a withering Nazi fire which upset the timetable to an almost fatal degree . . . a superb job . . . excellent.” —Chicago Tribune'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480493629 Pages: 294