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== == The D-Day landings on June the 6th of 1944, were the BEGINNING of a eleven month long series of battles that ended on May 9th, ot 1945, with the unconditional surrender of all German forces. The Allies didn't simply walk into Berlin, they had to fight the Germans every mile of the way. So D-Day is just the opening day of a very long ( all most a year long) battle to defeat the Nazis. Just think how long 11 months is?

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โˆ™ 2015-02-20 07:57:08

D-Day was the first day of the invasion of Nazi held Europe and lasted from midnight 5/6 June until midnight 6/7 June. Subsequent days were called D+1 , D+2 and so on.

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