Normandy Landings


Normandy Landings

* [http://www.americandday.org "American D-Day: Omaha Beach, Utah Beach & Pointe du Hoc"]
* [http://www.american-divisions.com/doc.asp?documentid=106 Neptune Operations Plan]
* [http://www.american-divisions.com/doc.asp?documentid=128 Debriefing Conference Operation Neptune]
* [http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USN/rep/Normandy/ComNavEu/ComNavEu-416.html#cn418-4 US report on "Neptune"]
* [http://www.6juin1944.com/en_index.html D-Day : Etat des Lieux - 6 June 1944 and Battle of Normandy]
* [http://www.naval-history.net/WW2CampaignsNormandy.htm Naval details for "Overlord"]
* [http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/CHESHIRE/2006-05/1148328214 HMS "Tanatside"]
* [http://www.britannica.com/normandy/pri/Q00282.html Encyclopaedia Britannica]
* [http://www.awm.gov.au/atwar/remembering1942/dday/index.asp Australians and D-Day]


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  • Normandy Landings — UK [ˌnɔːrməndɪ ˈlændɪŋz] / US [ˌnɔrməndɪ ˈlændɪŋz] the time during the Second World War when soldiers from Britain, America, and other Allied countries arrived in Normandy in northern France to try to make the German army leave France. The day on …   English dictionary

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