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D-Day Wrecks of Normandy

D-Day Wrecks of Normandy

The greatest amphibious invasion fleet ever assembled, consisting of over 3.000 vessels, set sail from England on June 6th, 1944, for Normandy, France. The losses that occurred have largely been forgotten but have left Normandy with a legacy of wrecks and a wreck-diver's paradise which, after 50 years beneath the waves, is only now being discovered.

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The D-Day Wrecks of Normandy, details the greatest amphibious invasion fleet ever assembled, consisting of over 3,000 vessels.

The greatest amphibious invasion fleet ever assembled, consisting of over 3,000 vessels, set sail from England on June 6th, 1944, for Normandy, France.

The losses that occurred have largely been forgotten but have left Normandy with a legacy of wrecks and a wreck-diver's paradise which, after 50 years beneath the waves, is only now being discovered.

Features includes historical information on the build and execution of the invasion, codenamed Operation Overlord, as well as details on local diving rules and protocol.

Wreck information includes name of wreck, depth and position and general water conditions.

Author: Mark James
Pages: 192
Softback

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