D-Day to Victory

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  • Sgt Trevor Greenwood’s personal diary which covers the period of active service from D-Day to April 1945
  • Although he was right in the middle of a war, he also took time out to write almost daily to his wife Jess
  • From the tales of a war-torn Britain to the daily ordeal of being on the front line
  • Serves as a great insight into the personal experiences of the British public back home and the soldiers themselves

D-Day to Victory: The Diaries of a British Tank Commander serves as a diary written by Sgt Trevor Greenwood as he battled German panzer divisions in Northern France, 1944, during the push to liberate Europe. Trevor Greenwood served with the 9th Battalion Royal Tank Regiment from 1940-45. His diary, D-Day to Victory, covers the period of active service from D-Day to April 1945. Although he was right in the middle of a war, he also took time out to write almost daily to his wife Jess. Many of these letters contain substantial commentaries on his thoughts and feelings, adding another dimension to Trevor's story and extending it beyond the period of the diary. From the tales of a war-torn Britain to the daily ordeal of being on the front line, this military history book serves as a great insight into the personal experiences of the British public back home and the soldiers themselves as they struggle with surviving the constant bombardments; to losing comrades and the constant fear of what could happen.

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