Script For D-Day Narrative

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Narrator- It’s June 6th 1944, and a man by the name of Dwight D. Eisenhower sits in his office, planning for the invasion and liberation of the beaches of Normandy, France, which is later know as the famous battle D-Day. Eisenhower- It seems all men are accounted for… although the weather seems a bit dangerous to travel in. Narrator- A knock suddenly sounds on the door, with a well respected Ally general on the other side.... Eisenhower- Come in? General Bradley- Sir! Is the mission ready, sir? Eisenhower- Almost, General Bradley. But there seems to be a problem. The weather is not letting up. General Bradley- I suggest we hold off the mission for a few hours, sir. Since all 11,000 airplanes, 5,000 ships, 13,000 paratroopers, and …show more content…

Do not be discouraged-- all I ask is that you be very careful, as I have reports of at least 4,400 casualties already. The enemy may seem like they have the advantage by having the higher ground, but we have a trick! We plan to drop dummies on the enemy lines to distract them. This way, you have a better chance of climbing the cliffs which you will encounter without being shot at. Again, do NOT be discouraged! Narrator- After the message from Eisenhower, most were able to arrive safely to their destinations, encountering rapid enemy fire along the way, under the orders of a certain military official. This was especially the case for Omaha beach, which General Bradley had been assigned to.Another transmission plays over a German radio, from Werner von Blomberg, giving further orders to his fellow soldiers. Werner von Blomberg- Soldiers! As of right now we have the upper hand, and shall not allow those American infidel to take our precious land, no matter the cost! Use your machine guns to your advantage, as this is our territory, and nobody, I repeat, NOBODY has the right to take it away. Earn us a German victory! Narrator- Meanwhile on Omaha beach, General Bradley encounters relentless machine gun fire, attempting to give orders to the few men left

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