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Who was the American general who led the allies in the d-day invasion?
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What was d-day and why does it play such a part in the allies fate?
D DAY was the day the allies went to recapture france the battle following Dieppe In World War 2 in comparisson to WW1 in a sense dieppe was like the battle of the sommes and dday was like the battle of vimy ridge. Dieppe was a failure and the lessons learned lead to the success of Dday. Dday played an important part in the allies fate because the allies recaptured france who had fell to russia only 6 weeks into war. this marked the last battle in europe in ww2.
What was dday about?
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 :)
Were the Germans responsible for invasion of Normandy?
Asked in War and Military History, D-Day
What was the importance of dday?
D-Day was designed to be the last push on germany. D Day was the first step in taking the war back to Hitlers Europe. At that time the Russians were pressing in the East and were taking most of the casualties in the war. Italy had been invaded by the Allies but a new front was required. Dday was the day on which (at that time) the greatest sea armada ever known was lauched against the Normandy coast. The invasion area was set into five beaches. Despite what Hollywood says it was not a solely US affair. The Americans had two of the areas, the British had two and the Canadians had one.
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Did the united States fight at France in World War 2?
Asked in World War 2
What is the name of the invasion of France?
This was called "DDay" one of the largest invasion fleets in history. An interesting note to this is that the Germans knew there would be an invasion, but didn't know where or when. So, to fool them the British and Americans made a phony base with fake military support and supplies to make the Germans think they were going to land somewhere else than where they landed. When the invasion did take place it took Hitler several hours to give orders to the troops in France.
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NAzi paramility were called?
They were called Freikorps(Free Corps in English.) They first appeared after WWI and were comprised of ex soldiers. Ummm just in case....theres always the chance you meant paratroopers and not paramilitay...if that's the case you would want Falschirmjager. They were the Germans' answer to the American Airborn Division. The 6th Falschirmjager were the Allies biggest obstacle on DDay
Asked in War and Military History, D-Day, US in WW2
What is DDay?
D-Day were the first operations of the allied invasion in Normandy, France on June 6, 1944. Also called D-Day. Some 150,000 men composed of American, British and Canadian came ashore on the beaches and some 10,000 were killed or wounded. One month later it would estimate more then 1 million more allied men would be in France.
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2
What was England's main strategy in World War 2?
To attack Germany at its heart from the air and from the land. This was accomplished by landing in France on DDay with the Americans and Canadians, and supporting the Allies in Africa and Italy. They also flew sorties over Germany bombing the factories that made military equipment for the Nazis. England always argued for an attack from the Turkish side of Germany, but the American command never agreed to it.