D-DAY A Photographic Journey in the Landscapes of Landing
Seventy years after the Normandy Landings, the flocks of tourists who come to visit the D-Day sites find it hard to believe that such violent and intense combat took place here. They tend to forget the 100,000 deaths - a figure that has gone down in history totalising the toll of the military operations in Normandy during the summer of 1944, not forgetting the 20,000 Norman civilians who also paid the ultimate price... By the end of the battle, Normandy was devastated. With around 50 panoramic photographs, Christophe Daguet invites us on a journey through time, via total immersion within the historic landscapes of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy.
These magnificent photographs have the novelistic power of transporting us into the heart of the action.
- 240 x 120 mm
- 96 pages