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How did the landing operations prepared by Churchill and Roosevelt from 1940 onwards, requested by Stalin in 1941, manage to catch Hitler by surprise even though he had known they were inevitable from as early as 1942 ? What were the crucial moments during the historic day which saw the opening of a second front ? How, after two months in Normandy when little headway was made, did the Avranches breakthrough at Avranches make the "Overlord invasion" the strategic decisive victory of World War II ? With the mature emotion of someone who has lived through such historic events, the author recounts the story of the preparation and execution of the operation that was to put an end to the totalitarian holocausts, liberate Europe and reestablish the world balance of power. Although fragile at times, the latter has nonetheless lasted for over fifty years.

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TAILLE DU FICHIER: 6,27 MB

DATE DE PUBLICATION: 2011-May-17

AUTEUR: Jean Compagnon

ISBN: 9782737353529

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Juno Beach: On D-Day, June 6, 1944, the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landed on Juno Beach. After a day of bitter fighting the Canadians secured a critical bridgehead for the allied invasion of Europe. The victory was a turning point in World War II and led to the liberation of Europe and the defeat of Nazi Germany.

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On June 6, 1944, the world was forever changed. World War II had already been raging around the globe for four years when the planning for Operation Neptune -- what we now know as "D-Day" -- began ...