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Answered 2005-09-04 03:38:02

6:30am, June 6 1944 It was a Tuesday as well.


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In Normandy, France. All over the beaches

The Allied strategy was to fill Normandy with troops. There was simply not space or good beaches to land more men than they did. About 10-12 waves of troops hit the 5 beaches throughout the 6 th .

Approximately 150,000 troops landed on the 5 beaches on June 6th, D-Day

Omaha and Utah were the American beaches.

The aim was the same on all 5 beaches, to hold the beach and advance into France as successive waves of troops arrived.

The ALLIED troops stormed the beaches of Normandy on 6th June 1944. Some Americans were there I'm told

Gold - Canadian troops Juno - Canadian troops Omaha - American troops Utah - American troops Sword - British troops

It was conducted almost exactly to the very complicated plans. First troops hit all the beaches around 0630 and another wave of troops came every half hour after.

at June 6th 1944 Allied troops attacked beaches at Normandy at June 6th 1944 Allied troops attacked beaches at Normandy

Facts about the beaches in France include that there are many beautiful beaches. Some are quiet and secluded and others are busy and crowded. Allied Troops landed on the beaches on the Normandy coast on D-Day.

They invaded the beaches of Normandy, France on June 6, 1944, and they invaded the beaches of Southern France a few months later.

The troops stormed the beaches in 1944.

The US landed troops on the beaches to fight the Japanese

Britain hosted all the Allied troops for years before D-Day. They supplied most of the troops, armour and artillery that landed on the beaches. They supplied most of the sea forces that got the troops to the beaches and most of the aircraft that protected them/

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.

Anti tank and aircraft guns. (anti tank guns could be easily converted to anti aircraft) It would been relatively pointless. Omaha beach along with all the beaches on DDAY were meant to be bombed prior to the landings but with the large amount of smoke (caused my grass fires) from the naval bombardment allied pilots could not properly identify their targets. To avoid the risk of dropping bombs short on the landing craft nearing the beaches the loads were dropped behind the beach head causing little to no damage. Utah beach was effectively bombed prior to the landings providing decent cover to troops which in turn lead to lighter casualties. This was one of the major failures on DDAY considering the size of the air strike and the planning that went into it.

For Skirmish Dday you have to call. I assume it is the same for Oklahoma and other big dday games also.

An evacuation of 338,000 allied troops from the beaches.

the thing that occurred on DDay was one of the very invasions on Omaha beach, Utah beach, Sword beach it involved the U.S army invading the beaches and the British a Lot of men died

Troops carriers. The ships would transport troops carriers and when close enough, the boats were loaded into the water and the troops would drop in.

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.

There were five landing beaches. The United States was responsible for Omaha and Utah beaches. British forces dealt with Gold and Sword beaches and Canada was allocated Juno beach.

The Canadians were the first allied forces to take a beach on dday and had moved further inland then any other force and Juno Beach was one of the most heavily defended beaches as well.

The Allied troops landed on a series of beaches stretching over 30 miles of Normandy coastline.

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 :)

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