As I am sure most of you know, this weekend is the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings. To mark the occasion, Ian Gardner and Roger Day, the authors of Tonight We Die as Men are heading across to Normandy to take part in the remembrance events. They are being accompanied by Bill Galbraith and Manny Barrios, both of whom are 3/506th PIR Normandy veterans, who both featured in and contributed to the book.

While they are in Normandy, they are hoping to reunite Bill and Manny with some of the surviving British paratroopers who were dropped into France on D-Day.

Ian, Roger, Bill and Manny will be signing copies of Tonight we Die as Men throughout the weekend.

They will be at Utah Beach Museum on the 5th June.

On the 6th and 7th June they will be at Dead Man's Corner Musuem as part of the 65th Anniversary of D-Day Exhibition in Saint-Come-du-Mont.