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08:44 6 th June 2014 What are you going to do today?
Meet your friends? Learn something new? 70 years ago today nearly 400,000 men from Britain, Canada, the USA and from around the world began the fight to defeat Nazi Germany
By 8:44 on the morning of 6 th June 1944 there has already been fierce fighting for over 2 hours. Thousands are dead or wounded – but the battle for Europe has only just started.
11,590 aircraft + crews 6,939 ships + crews Over 425,000 men from both sides, killed, wounded or missing.
Operation; Overlord – Utah Beach, Omaha Beach, Juno Beach, Sword Beach and Gold Beach
Then and Now
Hong Kong D-Day Outbreak of War Canadas Early role.
Canada At War Introduction Phase 1: September 1939 to June 1940
Learning Outcome To know the series of events involved in D-Day To know the series of events involved in D-Day To understand the different experiences.
Welcome to Tourist-Todays Group Presentation. We chose Omaha beach – We thought that the Omaha beach is provided with more facilities than the other Beaches,
D-Day: The Invasion at Normandy Beach
D for Day, H for hour, M for minute. The whole operation was based on the time factor. D-day was the 6th June, H was the first hour of landing.
D Day Who? The Allied troops who invaded were: Britain United States Canada.
D-D AY By Nele and Kelsey. “D-Day was June 6, 1944; the day the allied armies, including Canada, invaded France; the biggest allied invasion of the Second.
D-Day June 6 th, What was the situation in 1944? The Russians have defeated the Germans and are advancing in the East The Russians have defeated.
The End of World War Two. D-Day and the Normandy Invasion.
Location: Normandy (N. France) Plans Invade northern France, begin push toward Berlin “Operation Overlord” planned by Dwight “Ike” Eisenhower Soldiers.
6 th June 1944 Operation Overlord Mr D Vaughan St Flannan’s College Ennis.
6 th June 1944 Operation Overlord. Learning outcomes Continue in discovering how the war turned in the favour of the Allies Examine the events and consequences.
D-Day. Intro Allied forces have been steadily gaining ground on the war in Europe However, Germany controlled most of Europe. December 4-6, 1943 Roosevelt.
D-Day: The Beginning of the End. The Plan This happened on June 6, 1944 The goal was to penetrate “Fortress Europe” and push the Germans back The official.
D-Day is the name given to the day of the Allied invasion of France during WWII. It began on June 6, 1944, and was the greatest land-and-sea operation.
-After forcing Hitler to fight on many fronts - from Russia, to North Africa, to Sicily and Italy, - the Allied nations finally decided the time was right.
D-day was the landing of troops on the coast of western France. The USA, Canada, and Britain took part in this massive operation. There were about 156,000.
WINNING THE WAR. The Big Three - Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill The Soviets were busy with Germany on the Eastern Front. U.S. troops needed more experience.
MAJOR BATTLES War in Europe & Africa. Battle of the Atlantic German U-Boats sank any supply ship in the Atlantic 1 st seven month of ’42 = 681 ships.
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