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D-Day (1944)

By June 6th 1944, the Allies had landed 150000 men in Normandy. The five beaches were secure and the troops were pushing inland. The Allies had gained air ...

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10 Incredible D-Day Facts

After our recent video with WW2 veteran Ray Wilton we take a look at some of the most interesting D-Day facts. Maybe members of your family fought in WW2 on ...

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D-Day - A Critical Moment In History

The Normandy invasion was the largest seaborne assault in world history and was a pivotal moment in World War 2. This is a brief look back at that day.

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America the Story of Us: D-Day Invasion | History

On June 6, 1944, Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy and turned the tides of World War II. Subscribe for more History: ...

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9 Things You Didn't Know About D-Day

What does the D actually stand for? Find out more about the largest amphibious attack in the history of the world. Subscribe to The Specialist here: ...

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1 Planning for Operation Overlord began in earnest in 1943 with Dwight D Eisenhower made supreme commander. British general Bernard Montgomery, hero of the Eighth Army in North Africa, was put in charge of the ground troops. 2 About 3,200 reconnaissance ...



73 years ago to the day, Allied forces stormed five beaches combined with an air assault at Normandy, France. The event was famously entitled 'D-Day'. In light of one of the largest amphibious assaults in history, here are some facts about the invasion ...



The Allied code names for the beaches along the 50-mile stretch of Normandy coast targeted for landing were; Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. Omaha was the costliest beach in terms of Allied casualties. “We want to get the hell over there. The quicker ...



It was the biggest seaborne invasion the world has ever seen - and behind it was a gargantuan feat of logistics. Operation Overlord, the code name for the successful mission to push back the German forces occupying western Europe during World War Two, was ...



Here are some must-know D-Day facts compiled by BBC and CNN. The Normandy invasion was initially scheduled for 5 June 1944, but due to bad weather it was postponed for 24 hours. The "D" in D-Day stands for Day. D-Day and H-Hour is a military usage for a ...



The average age for these veterans is 86 years. D-Day FACTs The invasion of the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, was part of a military operation code-named Operation Overlord. On that day, 175,000 Allied soldiers invaded the Normandy region of France.



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Bob Rohde had long hoped for official recognition from France of his role in keeping that country, and all of Europe, free from Nazism. And the Horseheads man has it now, nearly 72 years after he and thousands of other American and Allied forces launched ...