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D-Day through German Eyes - How the Wehrmarcht Lost France - Jonathan Trigg
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Listen to Angus Wallace interview Jonathan Trigg, author of D-Day through German Eyes - How the Wehrmarcht Lost France.
Todt Battery at Cap Griz Nez, Pas de Calais
A Tiger 1 of Schwere SS Panzer Abteilung101 knocked out by British infantrymen of 17 Queens Regiment in in Villers Bocage on 13 June 1944 (Courtesy Jonathan Todd)
Richard Freiherr von Rosens 57-ton Tiger 1 Panzer blown upside down by allied bombing at the start of the Second World War Goodwood offensive (Courtesy Jonathan Todd, author D-Day Through German Eyes, How the Wehrmacht lost France).