The Importance Of The D-Day Invasion

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The most significant war was the D-day invasion this is because it gave the americans a military “path” to invade france, a landing place in europe to land their planes (in mainland), and created a way for the americans to end the war (battle of the bulge). This was an optimal invasion starting point because even though this was soon to change, their where little military opposition once there. This was because the germans thought that the americans were going to invade somewhere else therefore making it easier to invade. Another reason that it was a good starting point to invade france was that it gave the americans enough room to command/control an army. The D-day invasion was also an important part of the war because it opened
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