The five main leaders of D-Day were Ramsay, Eisenhower, Churchill, Montgomery and Tedder. They were all good leaders because as well as being kind and nice, they were also disciplined and kept control of their soldiers. They kept the whole investigation in secret, which was key to the success!
The secret password was Overlord.
the obstacle the kept the 21st division the allies on D-day was a river called the Orne river
well... it isnt called "secret" for no reason. Its a secret. secret. ending... :D
Secret D-Day - 1998 - TV was released on: USA: 6 December 1998
no to this day no one is entirely sure why it is called d-day, historians believe it was d-day was for decision day because it would decide the rest of the war, the only person who knew was general Dwight Eisenhower who took the secret to his grave. Eisenhower took this secret to his grave because D-Day stood for death day. Ask yourself 'Why would Eisenhower take 'Decision- day' to his grave?
The end of the 6 th June, but the landings kept on every day for months
Well most sources say that D-Day stands for "The day of days."
Diamond D is a hip hop artist from New York and has released a number of songs. Some of the most well known include 'I'm Not Playin', 'The Best Kept Secret' and 'Sally Got a One-Track Mind'.
No, you are thinking of Franklin D. Roosevelt! Although throughout his whole presidency he kept it a major secret from the public.
Because the operation started at 00.16 when the first paratroops landed and did not end till 2400, and even then kept going into D+1.
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.
Code named operation overlord
Well, D-day was the first strike to free France.
Investigating History - 2003 D-Day The Secret Massacre 1-7 was released on: USA: 1 June 2004
Destination 2nd Answer: The true answer is that the 'd' in 'd-day' stands for "day". It could just as well have been called D-0 (zero) because there follows D+1, D+2, D+3 and so on. But you have to admit that d-day is much more useful and understandable than d-0.
well they celebrate veterans day because they honor that day :D
Honestly? Communication. =D Well, it's the secret to happy relationships atleast.
It kept the fast rolling Russians (Soviets) from taking over all of Germany.
well one d-day was one day (june 6) and yes it was a sucsess the allies took over the beaches and eventually pushed inland
it was a top secret plan. called D-day. The US was in it. It Was a Plan To Attack At Normandy Beach.
Well, there weren't really events that led to D-day. The allied forces wanted to stop Hitler and his army for good, the invasion to take Europe back (D-day) was set on June 6, 1945
Utah was one of the landings Of d-day but it didn't go well
D stands for death in D-Day
Days are labeled D + number. So the day after D-Day would be D+1, the week after D-Day D+7, the month after D-Day D+30, etc.