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The 112 pages contain thorough information about everything from tidal forces to typical battle tactics. It describes German defenses and typical strongpoints, the risk of chemical attacks and is so thorough it even has an analysis of the soil type on Utah and Omaha Beach.


The book consists of nine chapters describing everything from Weather, sea, and surf, Beaches and terrain to the Enemy order of battle and capabilities.

The intelligence-report is an analysis of the situation in Normandy six weeks before d-Day and detailed maps, charts, and graphics helps the understanding.




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  • 134 pages
  • 14 foldout maps, charts, and graphics
  • 22 pages extra rare addendum added
  • Original 1944 typewriterfont
  • Hardcover or binder (to be decided)
  • Printed in Denmark


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The Neptune Monograph is the top-secret report the allied command used to plan the D-Day invasion. Only a few full copies exist today of the Monograph that has been called “the single most important document in securing the success on D-Day. For almost 74 years it has been a secret, now it will be published for the first time in history.