This book features interviews with over 50 survivors. It contains hundreds of photographs, including wartime pictures of veterans. It includes a detailed fold-out map of the Normandy beaches, plus a full-length CD of interviews with Emmy Award-winning historical documentarians.The Allied assault on the beaches of Normandy in World War II is perhaps the most important offensive ever launched. And "Eyewitness D-Day", by award-winning author D.M. Giangreco in conjunction with Kathryn Moore, and edited and with a foreword by eminent military historian Norman Polmar, is the most personal portrayal of that event ever written. It presents the harrowing inside story of June 6th, 1944, through the eyes of the courageous men and women who witnessed the fighting. Hundreds of contemporary photographs, including wartime pictures of the veterans and a detailed fold-out map of the Normandy beaches, create a visually impressive record of the day. The volume also comes with a full-length CD of interviews produced by Emmy Award-winning historical documentarians Rob Lihani and Rob Kirk.