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It was Operation Overlord. D-Day was the first day.


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Overlord was the code name for the invasion of Europe. D Day was the first day of the operation.


The invasion of Normandy is called D Day because that is the military designation used for the starting day of any military operation. It is commonly thought to mean Day of Days.


The Naval portion of the invasion was Operation NEPTUNE, the name for the entire invasion was Operation OVERLORD.AnswerD-Day or Day-Day or Day of Days. Normandy Landings.Operation Overlord.AnswerOverall codename was Overlord But this is spilt into several operational codenamesOperation Tonga - the landing of the british 6th airborneOperation Detroit - landing of the Americans 82nd airborneOperation Chicago - the landing of the American 101st airborneOperation Neptune - the seaborne landing of the british, Canadian, American and french (maybe poles too?) forcesAnswerThe official name was Operation Overlord. AnswerD-Day is also known as the Battle of Normandy. Answer


operation overlord was the taking over of the beaches of Normandy on D-Day


D-day was a WW2 operation in which the Allies stormed Nazi occupied France. The aim of the operation was to establish a presence in France.


Operation "Torch" was the plan for the invasion of North Africa. Operation "Overlord" was the plan for the invasion of Normandy (D-Day)


D Day was the name of the operation for the invasion of France


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= What is the size of the operation


D-Day was the first day of Operation Overlord.


Operation Overlord was the D-Day attack at Normandy.


D-Day was the first day of "Operation overlord".


D-Day generally refers to the day on which an operation will commence. The D-Day in question is named so because it was the start of Operation Overlord and a major part of World War 2.


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I take it you mean Operation Valkyrie, which was on July 20th, 1944.


Yes, it was the first day of Operation Overlord.


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Although people have suggested that the D stood for "Deliverance", "Doom", "Debarkation" or other similar words the D in D-Day had no meaning at all. The term D-Day was once used in many military operations but is now generally only used to refer to the operation on June 6th 1944."D-day" is the unnamed day on which an operation commences or is due to commence. This may be the commencement of hostilities or any other operation. The most famous D-Day was June 6, 1944, when "Operation Overlord" began. Contrary to popular belief, the "D" does not stand for any specific word - the most popular being disembark.The initial D in D-Day has been given various meanings in the past, while more recently it has obtained the connotation of "Day" itself, thereby creating the phrase "Day-Day", or "Day of Days". The terms "D-Day and H-Hour" are used for the day and hour on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated. They designate the day and hour of the operation when the day and hour have not yet been determined, or where secrecy is essential.


It was possibly the most complex military operation ever.



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