It effected the Jews a lot because they were being killed because Hitler did not like Jews and he had them sent to special camps where they were killed by deadly poisonous fumes, poison, starving them to death and other horrible things. D-Day was planned to free Jews from these camps or "Free from Nazi Tyranny" but I don't know how it affected the Americans. == == I don't have the full answer to your question, but I want to refute the answer above. D-Day did not affect the Jews in this way since the aim of D-Day was not to destroy the concentration camps. The concentration camps were spread throughout Poland and Germany, none were in France. D-day was meant to surprise the German troops since most of them believed the attack would come further north. It was never an official aim to destroy the concentration camps with a direct attack since attacking them from the air could kill many innocents and getting to them was difficult. The plan for concentration camps was always to liberate those inside, as it happened in the end.
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August 25 1944 the DDay allied invaded Europe . It started on JUne 6,1944
dday means doomsday
dday what a final attack of the axis powers on the allies no mate... dday was he day that the retard from America predicted the end of the world on 21st may 2011.. and failed. haha to all the believers.. if it was me saying we were gona die tomorrow.. you wouldn't believe me would you. but yeah dday is now 21st october 2011... which ain't gona happen either. so yeahh that's all there is. hope this helps :)
About 3000 people died on Dday.
Dday began the Allies' push into mainland Europe, which eventually led to the capitulation of the Third Reich in Germany
It was the beginning of the Allied invasion of Europe. It began with the landing at Normandy, France. The invasion saw the largest amphibious assault in history
D-Day was the Allies penetrating the "European Fortress" and pushing the Axis back into Europe. This was by many considered the start of the end of the war.
D-Day is a generic term, but provided this is in regards to the Allied invasion of Europe, the D-Day landing began on June 6, 1944.
They landed on Normandy beach.. and were pressing inwards into Europe to take down the Nazi regime
For Skirmish Dday you have to call. I assume it is the same for Oklahoma and other big dday games also.
in Normandy, France
D DAY was the day the allies went to recapture france the battle following Dieppe In World War 2 in comparisson to WW1 in a sense dieppe was like the battle of the sommes and dday was like the battle of vimy ridge. Dieppe was a failure and the lessons learned lead to the success of Dday. Dday played an important part in the allies fate because the allies recaptured france who had fell to russia only 6 weeks into war. this marked the last battle in europe in ww2.
The Allied armies for the simple fact that the German Army was unable to hurl them back into the English Channel. It took nearly a year for the Allies to finally win the war in Europe.
The allied forces decieded to use operation overlord (d-day) in order to get a foothold in Europe. Although they knew there would be hundreds of casualties, they felt it was the best chance to get a foothold in France
6 June 1944
In Normandy, France. All over the beaches
it stands for death day because so many died
how many tanks were there durind dday
After the D-Day, the days of the German resistance were numbered.
It started on June,6 1944 It started on June,6 1944
Was d-day a success? Yes. DDay is this