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Why was D-Day important to the Allies?

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D-Day was important militarily and psychologically as it was seen as the real turning point of the war. Allied Armies back on the occupied soil of France meant a huge lift in morale -especially to the French ! Also, as very few wars can progress without soldiers being on the ground, this sudden invasion of huge numbers of Allied troops, with effective armour and artillery was devastating to the German occupation forces.

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