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Objets Oublies (Hardback)

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La phase decisive du debarquement, du 6 au 14 juin 1944, racontee par les coiffures. Du 6 au 14 juin 1944, en Normandie, le sort du monde va se jouer. Cette premiere phase decisive du debarquement conduira les allies des plages jusqu'a l'enlisement devant Caen. Les allies reussirontils leur incroyable pari : Etablir une tete de pont en Normandie pour vaincre l'Allemagne nazie ? Les soldats ont laisse sur le champ de bataille coiffures et equipements personnels qui nous racontent aujourd'hui l'Histoire. Chaque coiffure a une histoire, chaque coiffure se rattache a un lieu et un moment du debarquement. C'est aussi l'histoire de ces hommes, ces soldats anonymes, leur rencontre avec les grands moments du debarquement. Grace aux insignes et aux marquages specifiques qui ont ete peints pour le D-Day et la bataille de Normandie, nous pouvons resituer ces objets dans leur lieu et leur contexte historique. Ces temoins abandonnes lors des combats vous feront revivre les heures decisives du debarquement. Decouvrez des histoires emouvantes et des photos exceptionnelles.

* Plus de 80 coiffures illustrees par 300 photos detaillees * Des objets exceptionnels, temoignages historiques emouvants * Les messages radiodiffuses " radio Normandie - place du chateau Bayeux " pendant la bataille, totalement inedits * La symbolique des insignes des soldats * L'histoire du debarquement, des plages jusqu'aux portes de Caen * De nombreuses photos d'epoque Vivez le debarquement a travers d'extraordinaires temoins oublies !

History & PoliticsMilitary HistorySecond World WarHistory & PoliticsMilitary StudiesAir forces & warfareHistory & PoliticsMilitary StudiesMilitary life & institutionsHistory & PoliticsMilitary StudiesWeapons & equipment Publisher: Editions Heimdal Publication Date: 01/05/2016 ISBN-13: 9782840484318  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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