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List of Maps.
1. The Genesis of a Plan.
2. Adversaries and Allies.
3. Toward Overlord.
4. Preparations Intensify.
5. Planning and Deception.
6. The Mounting Costs.
7. The Month of May.
8. The First Five Days of June.
9. D-Day: From Midnight to Dawn.
10. D-Day: Fighting on Land: Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword.
11. Establishing the Beachhead.
12. Beyond the Point of No Return.
Bibliography of Works Consulted.
Posted June 14, 2011
Posted March 3, 2011
Churchill the English prime minister called for all allies to gather there ships and men on the English chanal coast and ready for a full skale invation. Churchill had set up many decoys to destreact the Germans so their invation would go as planed. Whe all the ships had assembled the set off for the beach Normandy on the German ocupied France. When the allies got the they sent a scouting party to clear the way for the landing party. The battle raged on from June sixth to mid July. In the end about 220,000 allied men were lost and 320,000 German troops were lost. This was one of the most disisive battle because we gaind a foothold in France.
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