D-Day, a historical overview and special image selection, photographs, on the June 1944 invasion of Normandy, provides links to additional views, information, on this subject, US Navy Normandy, U.S. Navy.
This document covers both sides in some ways. It was written by the U.S. Navy so it may be a small bit biased. It has the code name of the battle and small details that you might not be able to find out somewhere else.
D-Day, the date of the initial assaults, was Tuesday 6 June 1944 and Allied land forces that saw combat in Normandy on that day came from Canada, the Free French Forces, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In the weeks following the invasion, Polish forces also participated, as well as contingents from Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Greece, and the Netherlands.
This website showed me the dates of things that happened. It has pictures of the battle sites which helps me visualize the fight more. There is information on things like planning the invasion and events that relate to the invasion that happened after. This website has mostly Americas information which could make it biased. This website also shows information about Germany and how they planned to attack as well.
The National D-Day Memorial located in Bedford, Virginia is tribute to those who bravery and valor fought and died during the invasion during World War II in Normandy in Axis occupied France on June 6, 1944.
I learned the locations of the battles of D-Day. This is important because it lets me know when and where everything happened. It enables me to visualize the battles easier. This map is also labeled with blue and red tacks to show which country arranged the battle. The red tacks are were aranged by British General while the blue tacks were organized by the United States.
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