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The Event of a Century In every nation of the world an event takes place that could change the course of history in that country This event could change the history for better or for worse For the United States D-Day is one such transpiration After this one specific invasion on June 6 1944 everyone involved knew that it would change the course of history for the United States and the rest of the world The invasion known also by the code name Operation Overlord did not however only consist of one days events These complicated one days events did make up D-Day but the months of planning for the invasion and the changes in World War II and the rest of history also make up the structure of D-Day To understand D-Day a person must first understand the years of events that preceded the invasion The story of D-Day began when World War II began in Europe The cause of the war started with the alliance of Germany under the control of the Nazi party and Italy which was under the control of the fascist regime1 The leader of Germany at this time was Adolf Hitler while Benito Mussolini led Italy Before the beginning of the war Germany and Italy also self-proclaimed as the Axis powers invaded a section of Czechoslovakia called the Sudetenland France England and the United States were not happy with this but were willing to hold off on going to war to stop the Axis Powers At this time the leaders of the main countries outside of the Axis Powers were Franklin Roosevelt Edouard Daladier Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill for the United States France the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom respectively2 These four countries however would not silently watch the Axis Powers invade all of Europe France and England made an agreement with Poland that stated that if Germany or Italy should invade Poland both France
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