D-Day was about defeating Germany. It was not 'planned to free the Jews'. Freeing the Jews didn't figure anywhere in Allied war aims.
Absolutely. D day paved the way for the defeat of Germany and Japan.
As a military operation, D Day in 1944 marked the united offensive against Germany by the Allies. For Jews, it marked the turning point of the war, and the eventual liberation of the concentration camps in which 6 million Jews were murdered.
On D-Day the lives and deaths of Jews continued as before. No doubt it gave hope to some, but D-Day itself did not bring an end to the Holocaust.
Germany did not surrender on D-Day, they fought until they were killed or pushed back
No. D-Day is when the invasion at Normandy started. The day Germany surrendered is referred to as VE (Victory in Europe) day.
The consequence of D-Day was the eventual defeat of Germany.
It kept the fast rolling Russians (Soviets) from taking over all of Germany.
You are mistaken, Germany surrendered almost a year after D-Day. The D-Day invasion was the precursor to the vanquishing of the German armies.
Germany did not surrender on D-Day. Many individual German soldiers surrendered, but Germany kept on for a further 9 months of battle before giving in.
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. == == == == == ==
The Allies entered Germany about 6 months after D-Day.
No the D-Day operation was the Allied landings at the beaches of Normandy in France, not an invasion of Germany.
The D day invasion was the Allied invasion of Germany occupied France.
The bad guys were killing millions of Jews and people that were different.
The successful D-Day operation created a EAST and WEST Germany during the cold war. Had D-Day NOT been successful, there might have been only one communist controlled Germany during the cold war.
11. D- Day was June 6, 1944. Germany surrendered May 8, 1945.
The successful D-Day operation prevented the Soviets (Russians) from taking over most of Germany.
on d-day, the allies began a massive surprise attack on Germany forces in France
There was no reaction in the Holocaust to D-Day, not like there was (for example) to the battle of Kursk.
Normandy beaches of France. and parts of germany
The countries that fought in D-Day were Allied Forces eg US, Britain,France and their enemy Germany.