Battle of the Odon by Georges Bernage

By Georges Bernage

The conflict of the Odon inspires the conflict among the British military and the II SS-Panzer Korps, as they attacked around the Odon Valley in the course of Operation "Epsom" in June 1944.

Using modern pictures and files, this publication presents daily info of the operation that was once only one a part of what's usually known as the 'Battle of Normandy'.

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