Normandy, June, 1944…

”The Germans are doing everything they can to hold on to Caen. I have decided not to have a lot of casualties by battering up against the place, so I have ordered Second army to keep up a good pressure at Caen, and to make its main efforts towards Villers-Bocage and Evercy and thence SE towards Falaise.”

General Bernard Montgomery - June, 1944

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