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D-Day: A Soldier’s Experience Nicholas Mercer. EXTRA EXTRA ALLIES INVADE NORMANDY. June 6, 1944. At 12:01 A.M. American 101 st and 82 nd Airborne jump into Normandy … Things quickly went wrong. Fighting Fiercely. However, through steadfast resolve and determination …
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D-Day: A Soldier\'s Experience Nicholas Mercer EXTRA ALLIES INVADE NORMANDY

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June 6, 1944 At 12:01 A.M. American 101 st and 82 nd Airborne bounce into Normandy … Things rapidly turned out badly.

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Fighting Fiercely However, through relentless resolve and assurance … The paratroopers could achieve their goals.

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Just before Dawn With 14,000 fights and a large number of Allied boats the shorelines get impacted with a munititions stockpile of weaponry. Be that as it may, the assault was inadequate.

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0600 Hours The shorelines of Normandy get attacked with U.S., British and Canadian Troops … This is just the starting.

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Fierce Battle Through hard battling and individual resolve, the Allies could advance onto the shorelines … It would take numerous more hours.

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German Losses There were numerous German misfortunes too … Allowing the Allies to have triumph.

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Allies demonstrate Victorious The Allies could catch the Beach head of Normandy. Be that as it may, it cost the Allies numerous setbacks. Click here for more data

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The Heroes Honor our fallen troopers … They are the ones who have guaranteed our freedom.

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References Colonel C.P. Stacey, The Victory Campaign (Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War, Volume III). http://www.warchronicle.com/numbers/WWII/ddaycasualtyest.htm Ambrose, Stephen E. D-Day The Climactic Battle of World War II . New York, New York:Touchstone, 1994.

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