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D-Day is the most well known gruesome day in the history of WWII Out of the five landings the landing on Omaha Beach was by far the worst for the US and the Allies Paratroopers who had landed the night before came up behind the Germans and aided the US and The Allies Eventually they pushed through and invaded Europe Even though D-Day was considered a massacre the invasion aided the USs ultimate victory D-Day occurred on June 6 1944 It was one of the darkest days in the history of World War II not only for the US but also the Allies D-Day was the invasion of Hitler controlled Europe and the beginning of the fall of an empire It consisted of airborne attacks and assaults on five beaches given the code names Utah Gold Juno Sword and Omaha With 35000 troops and 4404 bombs weighing tow hundred and fifty pounds each D-Day was called the worlds largest and greatest planned attack ever the assaults on the beaches went pretty well The Germans did not put up much of a fight and the troops penetrated Europe quite easily However down the coastline a vicious battle was occuring and history was being made The Germans were putting up much more of a fight and the opposing troops were fighting just to stay alive But with land mines and heavy fire from German machine guns this was not an easy task Right when the ramp was lowered on the US boats troops were being shot like dogs Some jumped over the side looking to swim to shore but the weight of their gear pulled them to the bottom and they drowned Those who made it to the beach scrambled for any cover that they could find Being shelled and shot at they needed a miracle to save them That miracle was troops that came from behind Even though they had the back up 41
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