D-Day Publishing

D-Day Publishing

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  • American Warriors

    American Warriors: Pictorial History of the American Paratroopers Prior to Normandy, is the first volume of a series covering the involvement of the American Paratroopers in the invasion of Europe. This series, written in both French and English, is the most complete pictorial coverage ever published, providing a unique illustrated insight into the operations fought by the famous American paratroopers on their way to liberate the fortress Europe.

    Contained in its 211 pages is the first striking pictorial record covering the paratrooper's preparation for Operation Overlord - incl... Learn More

    Starting at: £45.00

  • Colonel Bob Piper

    "Colonel Bob Piper" is the second volume in noted historian Michel DeTrez's Second World War paratrooper portrait series titled "The Way We Were”.

    Colonel Piper was a paratroop officer who served as a platoon leader, regimental adjutant (S-1) and regimental intelligence officer (S-2) in"G" company, 505th PIR, 82nd Airborne Division during the Second World War. He made all four combat jumps of the 505 and fought in all six of the 82nd's campaigns, being wounded only once.

    As a member of the regimental staff, one of the many tasks assigned to Piper was ensuri... Learn More

    Starting at: £22.50

  • Doc Mcilvoy

    Doc McIlvoy is the third volume in Michel DeTrez's World War 2 paratrooper portrait series titled 'The Way We Were'.

    Major Dan McIlvoy was a medical officer in the 82nd Airborne Division's famed 505th PIR. As a proud member of this unit from its first day of existence, he was only apart from it for two days, while being MIA in Normandy.

    The saga of the 505th Medical Detachment is retold through Doc McIlvoy's own story. As a battalion surgeon, and later as a regimental surgeon, Doc McIlvoy instituted many new methods of caring for, and evacuatin... Learn More

    Starting at: £30.00

  • Col. Ben Vandervoort

    "Col. Ben Vandervoort" is the fourth volume in noted historian Michel De Trez's World War 2 paratrooper portrait series titled 'The Way We Were'.

    The 505th PIR of the 82nd Airborne Division is one of the finest parachute infantry regiments to emerge from the Second World War. Its second battalion did much toward earning this reputation, and the records show that its intrepid commander, Lt. Col. Benjamin H. Vandervoort deserves much of the credit due in securing these accolades. His two Distinguished Service Crosses are certainly evidence enough to support... Learn More

    Starting at: £22.50

  • Sainte-Mere-Eglise

    This brand new large format photo history book from Michel de Trez contains not only hundreds of never before published period photographs taken at Ste-Mere-Eglise in early June 1944 but also numerous colour pictures of the equipment and uniforms of the men who fought for the liberation of Ste-Mere-Eglise. This includes famous General Matthew Ridgway's proudly retained helmet and illustrious Lieutenant Dick Winters' D-Day equipment.

    "Readers of Michel de Trez's books know that they are in for an absolute treat with this new book. Impeccably researched and fabulously... Learn More

    Starting at: £50.00

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