Holts' Battle Map of Normandy D-Day Landing Beaches: D-day Landing Beaches Battle for NormandySheet map, folded
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- Publisher: T & V Holt Associates
- Format: Sheet map, folded
- Dimensions: 130mm x 194mm x 4mm | 41g
- Publication date: 17 January 1998
- Publication City/Country: Sandwich
- ISBN 10: 0951130056
- ISBN 13: 9780951130056
- Edition: 4, Revised
- Edition statement: 4th Revised edition
- Illustrations note: both sides, colour
- Sales rank: 159,528
This battle map of the D Day Landing Beaches is in four colours and is double-sided. One side is devoted to the British landings and the other to the American landings both air and sea. The map folds out to about 24 x 18 inches and shows modern roads, battle lines, contours (essential for understanding the importance of the ground over which the battles were fought), memorials, bunkers, cemeteries and museums. Each side has comprehensive indexes,with a simple grid reference system that enables all the information to be easily found.
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This map is one of a series especially drawn by Major and Mrs Holt well known authors of more than 20 books on military subjects and who are credited with creating the modern battlefield tour some 30 years ago. Their guide book to the area is known as 'the bible' by guides and visitors alike,and this map is the result of their continually visiting the area over many years and conducting thousands of people around it.
By Bridget Brignull 05 Jun 2014
We purchased this in Normandy and found that it was difficult to interpret and contained a number of inaccuracies, particularly with the location of villages and towns in relation to railway lines etc. suggest something more comprehensive!