THE ALLIED CAPTURE OF CAEN — On July 8, 1944, British Second Army launched Operation ‘Charnwood’, sending three infantry divisions (two British and one Canadian) in a concentric attack on Caen. Karel Margry tells the story. FIREARMS AMNESTIES IN THE UK — A look at the history of firearms amnesties in the UK througout the years. THE DEMARCATION LINE IN FRANCE — From June 1940 to November 1942, France was divided into an Occupied Zone (Zone Occupée), controlled by Nazi Germany, and a Free Zone (Zone Libre) administered by the French Vichy government. The two parts were separated by a 1,200-kilometre long demarcation line. Jean Paul Pallud takes up the story. A NEW OWNER FOR AFTER THE BATTLE — After the Battle is under new management. Pen & Sword Books Limited will be taking us forward into an exciting future and Winston Ramsey says goodbye.
After the battle #193 The Allied capture of Caen
SKU: ATB-A193 Category: Magazines - After The Battle