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U.S. reinforcements wade through the surf from a landing craft in the days following D-Day and the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied France at Normandy in June 1944 during World War II. From the first sketchy German radio broadcast to the distribution of images filmed in color, it has taken...read more

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This is the scene censors viewed as the two-millionth foot of motion picture film reviewed since D-Day reached the screen at SHAEF film censorship theater and showed U.S. Gen, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander, talking with men of the American Divison D-Day, June 6,1944. read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) June 06, 2014
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You can see how the Manchester Guardian – as we were then – reported the Allied invasion in the newspaper of 7 June 1944... The first Allied airborne troops began landing in France shortly after midnight on 6 June 1944, with the main assault on the Normandy beaches beginning at 6.30am. Most of...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) June 06, 2014

El 6 de junio de 1944 es conocido como el día más largo de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. 150 mil soldados aliados desembarcaron y aterrizaron en Normandía, Francia, con la misión de rescatar a Europa del nacionalsocialismo. Hoy, presidentes de casi 20 naciones se reúnen con algunos de los...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) June 06, 2014

El desembarco de Normandía, también conocido como el Día D, fue una operación militar de enorme envergadura. Miles de soldados aliados se lanzaron en una avanzada cuyo objetivo era retomar el control de Europa y vencer a la Alemania nazi. Les presentamos una breve cronología de la batalla...read more

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