Just finished Assault Crossing by Ken Ford - 43rd Division crossing the Seine. Not an essential piece of WW2 reading per se but very well put together, lots of quotes from veterans and French civilians, and I liked that the size of the force - 43rd Division - allowed the author to relate the story of what happened to individual units down to the company levels at time. (Even if, sadly, that was because of individual companies that got cut off.) The only surprising note per se - maybe I should say I was shocked, anyway - was learning that General Thomas blamed a subordinate for an action he had urged which led to the loss of one of those companies. An anonymous quote about him was frank and unflattering. Well worth reading.