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D-DAY D-Day was the most important battle of World War 2 There were many aspects of D-Day that lead to the allies victory over Germany D-day was the turning point of the war and most say that it ended the war So many things had to go right all at the same time which made D-day so hard to plan and do On June 6 1944 the biggest land invasion in history took place blivens 92 Allied troops landed on Omaha Utah Juno and Gold beach Although Omaha beach suffered the most loss of life ranging from 120000-125000 American British and Canadian troops all beaches suffered more then expected D-day was not originally called D-day it was called Operation Overlord blivens 45 Operation Overlord was originally scheduled for June 5 1944 but was canceled due to weather Many different branches of the military where involved not just the Army or the Marines but even the Cost guard was involved blivens 84 The Cost Guards job was to fish out any survivors from sunken landing craft There were lots of other factors that contributed to the success of operation overlord Many important people had participated in the invasion Dwight David Eisenhower was the commanding general in World War 2 Eisenhower left the country with Gen MacArthur from 1933-35 when and returned when World War 2 startedNormandy 1944 44 Soon after the war David was elected President of the United States in 1953 Normandy 1944 44 Ike was not the only important person in World War 2 Erwin Rommel of the German side nicknamed The Desert Fox Normandy 1944 36 He was the commander of the Afrika Korps In 1944 Rommel was entrusted with the defense plans for the beaches in Normandy Normandy 1944 36 Obviously he did a good job Most important would be Adolf Hitler Hitler was the dictator of the nazi party
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