8th Rifle Brigade - from Normandy to the Baltic - June 1944 - May 1945

WITH THE 8TH RIFLE BRIGADE…

18 March 2019: release of ‘With the 8th Rifle Brigade from Normandy to the Baltic’! Book available at: www.tredition.co.uk

18 March: first copies sold on internet.

30 March 2019: now also available through Amazon or through your local book shop!

2 April 2019: first hard cover copies arrived today!

12 April 2019: first reviews, on ‘www.WW2Talk.com’:

  • ‘Your book arrived today, and I am already a massive fan. I’m only a little way in (still at Hill 112) but finding it enormously interesting, moving and inspiring. Great work, and an enormously refreshing perspective. Once I am finished, I will post more, but in the meantime, many congratulations. I wish you lots of succes.’
  • ‘Just received your book, it looks great and it’s just the kind of book I love: complete first hand account! Looking forward to starting it!’

24 April to 24 May 2019: some further comment on book and website:

  • ‘I have just received my copy of your book. It is fabulous. Loads of interesting details. Thanks also for putting up the pictures and information of my uncle Albert Lee. We are very proud of him. Keep up the good work, the web site is awesome.’
  • ‘I’m actually deep into your book, and I must say this is one of the best accounts I have ever read, such a great read!’
  • ‘Just reading the book “with the 8th R B Normandy to the Baltic” very good Book. I live in the Town next to Schleswig, where the Brigade ended up.’

3 June 2019: ‘Book of the Month’ June 2019, at tredition.co.uk.

20 to 22 October 2019: further great comment on book and website:

  • ‘One of the best book I know.’
  • ‘Interesting story, runs parallel with my Dad in the Royal Engineers. A good read.’
  • We have returned from our visit. We had an amazing tour, assisted so much by your book and maps [from the website]. We visited Juno, Creully, Hill 112, Pegasus Bridge and the Western edge of the Falaise Pocket… Once again, thank you. Your book has been invaluable.’

November 2019: now also available at the Royal Green Jackets museum shop, Winchester:

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