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Maps & Graphics|
As veterans, military historians, and history buffs ourselves, at the Aberjona Press, we know that plenty of photos and accurate, detailed maps are crucial to making military history make sense to readers. That's why we add so many high quality maps and graphics to all of our books.
Below are some samples of the maps and photos which appear in this title.
Note: click here for the collection of Defending Fortress Europe printable maps.
Aerial view of typical hedgerow terrain showing American tanks fitted with Culin devices moving cross-country. The Americans did not possess those devices until Operation Cobra in late July 1944. Two German Panther tanks can be seen knocked out on the road to the right.
Infantry from the 10th SS-Panzer Division counterattack British positions on Hill 112, southwest of Caen, in late June 1944. (HITM)
German infantry riding on a Panther tank. (HITM)
Defending Fortress Europe
The War Diary of the German 7th Army in Normandy, 6 June-26 July 1944
by Mark J. Reardon