NORMANDY ’44

Date
21-05-2019
Time
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM
Venue
Assemby Rooms
Price
£10 (excl. fees)
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About the Event

D-Day. The subject of many books, films and documentaries, the fighting in Normandy after the Allied landing became the defining episode of WWII. Historian, author and television presenter James Holland overturns the traditional narrative and debunks the myths of this familiar story as we approach the 75th anniversary of the epochal event.

About the Author

James Holland was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, and studied history at Durham University. A member of the British Commission for Military History and the Guild of Battlefield Guides, he also regularly contributes reviews and articles in national newspapers and magazines and appears on national radio. His many books include Fortress Malta, Italy’s Sorrow, The Battle of Britain and his fictional WW2 series featuring Sergeant Jack Tanner. His interviews with veterans of the Second World War are available at the Imperial War Museum and are also archived on www.secondworldwarforum.com. He lives near Salisbury with his wife, son and daughter.