"Thank you guys"--absolutely.Let us not forget the Polish soldiers who fought at Normandy. One good book on this subject can be seen by clicking on my name in this specific posting.
Hi, Jan, I checked out the review you linked but I didn't see much about Poles on D Day. Can you say more?
I do not remember exactly, since this is not my area of specialty, and because I wrote this review seven years ago, and moreover have read and reviewed over a thousand books since. I recommend reading the book for those who are interested.
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