Two Fronts: Normandy and England

Strout, Richard Lee
June 1944
New Republic;6/26/44, Vol. 110 Issue 26, p837
Focuses on the impact of World War II on Normandy, France and England. Appreciation of the courage of the English civilians, subjected to front-line shelling by pilot-less missiles; Account of the condition of the U.S.-held sector of the Normandy coast after the D-Day attack; Account of the response of the Germans to the U.S. artillery bombardment in Normandy; Conditions of the German prisoners in the control of the U.S. forces; Propaganda started by the Germans making extravagant claims of the effects of the new weapon they developed.


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