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TermBonus paper Q-2 D-Day Geneva Jones E-FlightD-Day was when the Allied Powers tried to recapture Europe starting with France The Allied Powers were made up of the US the Soviet Union and Great Britain The Axis Powers were made up of Italy Germany and Japan D-Day took place on June 4 1944The Germans were not prepared for the invasion The beaches that the Allied soldiers landed on were Utah Omaha Gold Juno and Sword Beach The bloodiest fight came from Omaha Beach There were many problems soldiers faced during D-Day There were many obstacles and people against them The US and British soldiers had to cross the English Chanell The soldiers landed on the beach in an area in northern France called Normandy The first thing the soldiers took place at dawn they opened fire with battleships on the beaches Some of the bloodiest fights of the invasion came at Omaha Beach By the end of June about a million soldiers had reached the country of France By the end of one day 2500 soldiers had died at battle The soldiers landed on 5 different beaches These were Normandy Utah Omaha Juno and Sword Beach The soldiers had seven different obstacles they were the Atlantic Wall the Belgian gates teller mines ramps walls of barbed wire and minefields pillboxes and concrete bunkers The Belgian gates were 10-foot high steel structures that were set parallel to the beach The teller mines were mines that were on post that were angled seaward Ramps were mine-tipped logs that were driven into the sand Hedgehogs were mine-tipped 6 foot obstacles that were constructed of steel rails welded together to rip off the bottoms of landing crafts at high tide Walls of barbed wire and minefields criss-crossed the beach and paths leading on and off
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