Churchill’s D-Day By General Sir Richard Dannatt, Allen Packwood

  • Narrated by: Mike Cooper
  • Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins
  • Release date: 05-14-24

Churchill’s D-Day By General Sir Richard Dannatt, Allen Packwood AudioBook summary

In Churchill’s D-Day, Allen Packwood and Richard Dannatt narrate and analyze Sir Winston Churchill’s emotional turmoil and epic decision-making before, during, and after the world-defining action of D-Day. Culled from the official Churchill Papers at the Churchill Archives Centre, the book features historical documents, letters, and more, for a Churchillian experience of D-Day leadership, military strategy, and humanity.

As dawn breaks on June 6th, 1944, the landings from the greatest armada of ships ever assembled begins at 0630hrs. Overnight paratroopers from the British 6th Airborne Division secure the eastern flank of the landing zone with the U.S. 82nd and 101st Airborne Division securing the western flank to reduce the risk of German counter attacks.

While Churchill is aware of the huge responsibility he bears for the British soldiers and French civilians, no one else in the world is aware of the conversations, innermost thoughts, deliberations, and decisions he’s been making and will continue to make on this day.


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