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A.J. Liebling On D-Day

An article written by LEVICK senior strategist Timothy Gay, a WWII historian, is featured in the current issue of American Heritage. Tim’s piece extols the writing of war correspondent A.J. Liebling, who covered the D-Day landings for the New Yorker magazine from a special landing craft that hit Omaha Beach. The article is excerpted from Tim’s book Assignment to Hell.

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