The D-Day Atlas by John Man is about the June 6th invasion of Normandy which was called D-Day. The D-Day Atlas shows maps and the author describes how the Allied forces invaded France which was controlled by Hitlerís Germans. The invasion began with five beaches along the Northern French coastline which the allies invaded. They were called Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. The author describes all about the many deaths and people in it, from June 6th to June 30th 61,732 Allied casualties out of the 1,400,451 troops that had landed and after June 30th 79,000 troops came to replace the dead troops and 80,783 Germans were killed out of about 806,907 troops. The book shows maps to show the position of the Allies front from June 5th to September 1st. At the end of the book it talks about on August 25th how French and American troops liberated Paris.