Book Recommendation(s)?

I am looking for really good books (David Glantz like) covering the Fall of France in 1940, Belgium 1940 and Holland 1940.  Any recommendations?




Comments

Warstap99 said…
I like Robert Doughty's The Breaking Point: Sedan and the Fall of France. And, The Blitzkrieg Legend by Karl Heinz Freiser (both kindle available on Amazon).
I also recommend the books mentioned by Warstap. BTW Its Frieser not Freiser. Beside these books I strongly recommend Doug Dildy Fall Geld from Osprey.
Chris said…
Thank you both for the recommendations! I had Fall Gelb in my shopping cart from amazon so I ordered that quickly. Will look up the other books too and order. I know almost nothing about this part of World War II so it is all very interesting.
florian said…
Take a look at http://www.waroverholland.nl/ !
leptodactylous said…
I've not read a great number of books on this particular topic, but one I did spend some time with several years ago is 60 Days That Shook the West by Jacques Benoist-Mechin.
george said…
Karl Heinz Frieser's book is the best I've found as far as detailed accounts go. Another one that goes into great details and is superbly illustrated with pictures is Jean Paul Pallud's "Blitzrkrieg in the West - Then And Now"

An oldie, but still very good: Len Deighton's "Blitzkrieg"
Chris said…
Thanks George for posting your comment. I wasn't aware of those books and will take a look!