D-Day Anniversary 2021: How a brave stand in Normandy helped beat the scourge of Nazi ideology and brutality

D-Day Anniversary 2021: On this day 77 years ago, thousands of soldiers from allied countries (the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom) landed on the heavily guarded beaches of French Normandy to liberate Western Europe from occupation. Nazi Germany.

When is D-Day 2021

Overlord, the struggle to end the Nazi atrocities began on June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day, which was a turning point in the Second World War. This invasion became one of the largest military attacks in history.

June 6, 1944 – the day that changed Europe forever, D-Day

After months of training, approximately 156,000 Allied soldiers found themselves behind enemy lines at dawn on June 6. Paratroopers and paratroopers began to attack five beaches in Normandy at 6:30 in the morning. When American soldiers conquered Utah Beach, the British and Canadians cleared the enemy.

The army at Juno Beach, Golden Beach, and Sword Beach hardly resisted. The situation with the US military at Omaha Beach is disastrous. When the Nazis began to furiously resist every inch of land, more than 2,000 Americans paid the highest price for conquering Omaha Beach.

However, by the end of the day, the Allied forces had successfully captured all five beaches in the French coastal city. Around 9:00 pm, King George VI. A touching speech that is inspiring and comforting to the country. He said this invasion was “a battle“. Reach the ultimate victory of good deeds. ”

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Battle of Normandy ends with the victory of the Allies

Over the next few weeks, Allied troops passed through the countryside, hedges, and dense swamps of French coastal towns. At the end of June, the Allied forces occupied Cherbourg, landed about 850,000 soldiers in Normandy, and were about to liberate France from Nazi occupation.

At the end of August of the same year, the Allied forces liberated Paris and the entire northern part of France from the control of the Axis powers led by Germany and ended the Battle of Normandy.

History of D-Day

The preparations for D-Day started long before the invasion. Almost shortly after the outbreak of World War II, northwestern France fell into the hands of the German army, and the German army controlled the entire territory.

Soon after the war began, in 1941, the Americans allied with Britain to plan a large-scale invasion of the English Channel. Knowing these plans, Adolf Hitler ordered his officers to erect a 2,400-mile bunker and landmine barrier on the beach in northwestern France called the Atlantic Wall.

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The invasion of the Allied forces is called the Overlord. Allied generals led by Dwight D. Eisenhower launched a deception operation to convince the Germans that they were invading Calais and not Normandy.

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