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This review is from: Decision in Normandy: The Real Story of Montgomery and the Allied Campaign (Paperback)
The campaign for Normandy must at all times be seen in relation to the strategic plan as laid down by Montgomery before the invasion was started, the big plan to which the Americans, the Canadians (yes, they played a big part!) and the British were ALL working. The tying down of the Germans in the east by the Canadians/British so as to allow the Americans to break out in the west. Monty said it would take 90 days. And that is what happened!
For a much more balanced and mature view on this great campaign, see Robin Neilland's "The Battle of Normandy 1944".