During World War II, the code-name for the Allied invasion of Normandy (France) was 'Operation Overlord.' This invasion took place on June 6, 1944, and was successful.
the invasion of Normandy, France.
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The code word assigned to the invasion of Normany was: Operation Overlord.
The code name for the invasion of France was Operation Overlord. This was used for the Battle of Normandy during World War 2.
Operation Overlord was used as the code name for the invasion of France in June of 1944.
"Operation Overlord" .
It was called D-day or Operation Overlord.
It was the invasion of the Normandy beaches, to create a battle-front in northern France.
During World War II, the code-name for the Allied invasion of Normandy (France) was "Operation Overlord". Taking place in June of 1944, this invasion was the first attempt by the Allied forces to break directly into German-occupied Europe.
The code word for D-Day was operation OVERLORD.
The code name was Operation Overlord, and it is known as D-Day.
D-Day was the day that the Allies invaded Normandy, France.
D-Day occured on June 6th 1944 with the invasion of Normandy, France by the Allies.
If by password you mean the military code-name, the invasion was known as Operation Overlord. Of course, if by password you mean the password, the answer is 'Mickey Mouse'.