D-Day on 6 June 1944 was the date of the World War II landing operations in Normandy, France, and marked the start of European liberation from Nazi German occupation. Continue reading “7 Normandy D-Day Museums you must see”
There is a lot to say about Movies and WW2. Here are “5 great movies about D-Day landing on Normandy Beaches”.
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Considered by some to be the most successful double-agent of all time for the part he played in deluding the Germans about the Normandy D-Day landing, Juan Pujol Garcia is an enigmatic historical figure who worked for the British Secret Service… Continue reading “Who was Juan Pujol Garcià (Aka Garbo) ?”
Early in the morning on 6th June 1944, the beaches along the Normandy coast were stormed by 156,000 allied soldiers whose main aim was to take over from the German military. Although they did not take over the city that day, they were able to regain a significant part of control over the land. Continue reading “The D-Day Landing Beaches”