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Answer this question… The massive amount of Allied forces landing in Normandy caused the German army to retreat and the Allies to reclaim France.

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What was the impact of the Normandy landing on the allied war effort during World War 2?

Answer this question… The massive amount of Allied forces landing in Normandy caused the German army to retreat and the Allies to reclaim France.


What was the impact of the Normandy landings of the allied war effort during world war 2?

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