Well my guess would be that the Allies probably would have tried again. After all, they still had a vast army of men and material to use and although the Soviets were pretty consistently turning the Nazis back by this point, victory was far from certain; not to mention fears of a Soviet dominated Europe. Northern France was still their best bet as it gave them fairly open territory to fight on and deep water ports to dock ships, not to mention a lot of room for maneauvering. The invasions of Italy and Southern France were hemmed in largely because of the Alps, which although passible, would have given the Nazis an excellent opportunity to inflict massive casualties with minimum forces, allowing more and more troops to be redirected towards the Eastern Front. The Balkans posed the same problem. The problems due to a failed Allied landing would be we would certainly lose face before the Soviets, who were clammering for an Allied offensive in the West pretty much since 1942, and it might make it almost impossible to negotiate with them after the war: after all, if the Soviets hadn't felt like the British and Americans had contributed anything to the war effort, what justification could we give to demand their cooperation?---besides another war, which was the last thing anybody wanted. Also, the Nazis would clearly be prepared the next time and the Allies would almost certainly have to risk attacking the heavily fortified positions at Calleigh (sorry, I can't speak French, so I apologize for the misspelling). They would have sacrificed surprise for conveniance and that would almost certainly mean a powerful German counterassault waiting in the rear in the event of a successful landing. Thank God D-Day was a success, because the Allies had to land those troops somewhere, and if it had failed in Normandy it would have become exponentionally more difficult later on.
dday means doomsday
dday what a final attack of the axis powers on the allies no mate... dday was he day that the retard from America predicted the end of the world on 21st may 2011.. and failed. haha to all the believers.. if it was me saying we were gona die tomorrow.. you wouldn't believe me would you. but yeah dday is now 21st october 2011... which ain't gona happen either. so yeahh that's all there is. hope this helps :)
in Normandy, France
For Skirmish Dday you have to call. I assume it is the same for Oklahoma and other big dday games also.
6 June 1944
they woudl have been beheaded on the guilloteen
In Normandy, France. All over the beaches
Was d-day a success? Yes. DDay is this
it stands for death day because so many died
They were held up because most of their tanks sank. They beach was better defended than most and it was almost impossible to advance to the sea wall.
Yes, they did not anticipate where the invasion would take place, not enough land was covered by their troops. They also thought that Dday would be postponed due to weather.
Thomas Jefferson felt that if the U.S was more democratic it would be more succesful. Though this never happened - _ -
a businees would be successful if you to your mind to it and work
how many tanks were there durind dday
After the D-Day, the days of the German resistance were numbered.
on Tuesday the 6th June 1944 6.30 in the summer time D.Day started
It started on June,6 1944 It started on June,6 1944
No, or else it probably would have been less successful. It happened on a Sunday when the whole military was off for the sabbath.
Under the circumstances, it's likely the baby would die in the mother, but if the birth was successful, there would be no food or water to keep the baby alive for long.
with the dawn stone and i think check every different time of dday and maybe