At H-Hour on D-Day—June 6,
1944—the 4th Infantry Division landed on Utah Beach, becoming the first
Allied division to land on the shores of Normandy, France. For the next
eleven months, the 4ID fought across France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and
Germany until the war in Europe ended on May 8, 1945. The division
suffered over 30,000 casualties—killed and wounded. This book, the
second of a three-book series, tells the history of the 4th Infantry
Division in WWII through the stories of those who fought the battles.