Hailed as one of the greatest eyewitness accounts of D-Day A beautifully written and moving wartime memoir Winner of the 'Distinguished Book Award' from the US Society for Military History for the best memoir of 2003 'This is a superb, awe-inspiring but intimate account of armoured warfare at its most intense. BY TANK INTO NORMANDY should be obligatory reading at Sandhurst.' British Army Review Foreword by Lord Deedes
Stuart Hills was 20 years old when he joined a tank regiment preparing to spearhead the D-Day landings. His parents and sister were in Hong Kong, prisoners of the Japanese, their fate unknown. One of the few surviving officers in the regiment at the end of the war, he went on to a successful business career.