78 British and Dominion officers of the rank of Brigadier General and above died on active service in the First World War while a further 146 were wounded. These figures alone show that, contrary to popular belief, British Generals frequently went close enough to the battle zone to place themselves in considerable danger.
2, one british, one american.
all together about ten thusand men died on d-day
Churchill was one of the people in charge, along with Roosevelt, George Marshall , Gen Eisenhower and many more Generals, Admirals and Air Marshals.
The leader of the Free French was General Charles de Gaulle. I don't know when he landed, but it would not have been on D day. No French Generals were active on D-Day. However, there were a small number of French paratroops and Commandos who landed on the 6 th June.
There were many important battles after D-Day.
Approximately 1,500 Canadian soldiers died in the War of 1812. Some of the soldiers died in action while most of the died from disease.
There were many, many Generals at D-Day. I would estimate that over 50 General officers of the British, American and Canadian forces were on France by nightfall of D-Day.
Gen Omar Bradley and Gen Bernard Montgomery were the Commanding generals on D-Day.
3,393 American troops died in the D-day attacks.
D Day was a surprise to many German generals. Most thought it would happen 200 miles north at Calais and not as early as it happened.
Approximately 10,000 men died on D-Day, about 5,000 on each side
54.23 ------- 3,000 men are believed to have died rehearsing for D-Day.
There were 4,184 'casualties' on Omaha beach on D-Day. I am not aware how many of those died.
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The Germans lost D-Day because of disorganisation and Hitler's refusal to take his generals advice.