Title D Day the Sixth of June, 1944
Binding Mass Market Paperback.
Book Condition Very Good.
Edition Fifth Pyramid Book Edition.
Publisher Pyramid Books.
Seller ID 004962
June, 1969. $.75 is the original price. 256 pages. Light medium beige paper. Tight binding. Orange on the edges.
Front Cover: Three creases but two are very small. The third one's about 3" and seems to be just a slight bend from opening the book. The edges have small bits of wear.
Spine: A 2" indent's at the middle of the right side but this is due to uneven Folios when the book was manufactured. A bit of light wear's at the edges.
Back Cover: Light wear at the edges and some handling marks from holding open the book are at the middle. Nothing much.
Story: When Hitler started World War 2 he was able to drive out the Allies and conquer all of Europe. But in 1944 Eisenhower led the Allied armies and they invaded Europe and forced the Nazis to eventually surrender. Fifty million people died in the war because Hitler thought that Germans were meant to rule the world as they were the "Aryan Race" and all others were inferior to them and only fit to be their Servants and workers. A sort on Untermensch as they arrogantly liked to call Jewish people. The Nazis were a depraved bunch.