The Consequences Of D-Day

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Soldiers used this expression to indicate the beginning of particular attack or plan. In this case, D-Day refers to the Normandy landing day by the Allies, as part of the Second World War, as a way to stop the Nazi might.
In this presentation you will learn about the process that was taken to the realization of this event, its development and therefore its consequences then and now.
D-Day or “Normandy landings” were the landing operations (Operation Neptune) on June 6, 1944 of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation began the liberation of German-occupied northwestern Europe from Nazi control, and contributed to the Allied victory
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The German army had been reduced by wars in multiple fronts. The date was June 5 of that year, but it couldn’t happen because of the storm that had unleashed on the English Channel. The big day would strike on June 6, the date could not be postponed again, if they wanted to keep everything in secret.
Choosing the right day wasn’t easy. They had at their disposal June 5, 6, 7, 19, 20 and 21; since those days would be carried out operations in other areas of the German front.
The first week of the month is chosen because of the fear to the information to be leak. And is elected on June 5, because if it was impossible to sail, would be available for 2 more days.

Operation Overlord with all their underlying operations is planned by the need to stop the passage of the big enemy throughout Western Europe. Thanks to this event, it was possible to attain this purpose. The D Day marks the beginning of Nazi overthrow. Is one of the most significant events occurred in the context of the Second World War and ever. Today, after 71 years continues being considered the biggest seaborne invasion in history.
If the landing hadn’t taken place, the power of Hitler wouldn’t have been stopped in Western Europe; that power would have expanded long-term and quite possibly to America before they had a chance to stop
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