Tag Archives: Normandy

Stranger Than Fiction Final lsub

Stranger Than Fiction
Ed Gordon
Divided on D-Day

Divided on D-Day

Bjorn Skaptason interviews Ed Gordon  about his new book, Divided on D-Day. 

Two historians, one American and one British, show how lack of cooperation and bad decisions lengthened the war, increased casualties, and allowed the later Soviet domination of Eastern Europe.

Learn more and order your signed copy today.

Divided on D-Day

Divided on D-Day:
How Conflicts and Rivalries Jeopardized the
Allied Victory at Normandy
By Ed Gordon &  David Ramsay
$26.00
Air Date/Time: November 9, 5pm (Central)
1st ed., 461p., cloth

In anticipation of the 75th anniversary of D-Day comes this fresh perspective on the Normandy invasion — -the beginning of the end of World War II. The book highlights the conflicting egos, national rivalries, and professional abilities of the principal D-Day commanders who planned and executed the OVERLORD Operation and its aftermath. Two historians, one American and one British, show how lack of cooperation and bad decisions lengthened the war, increased casualties, and allowed the later Soviet domination of Eastern Europe.

From their in-depth analysis of past D-Day literature, primary and archival sources, the authors provide insightful answers to the many controversies that...

Learn More About the Book/Order