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General Dwight David Eisenhower of the US Army was the Allied Commander for the Normandy Invasion. He had all the allied forces under his command for that ( not the Pacific Theater forces obviously ) and his local officers in direct charge were General Montgomery in command of British and Canadian Forces and Gen Omar Bradley, US Army , in charge of American Forces.

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