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American History

 

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James S

 

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January 28, 2011

 

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University

 

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Had many tasks one of them was to organize around a million combat troops. On the 6th June, 1944 around 2,727 ships sailed to Normandy coast. On their first day 156,000 men landed on a thirty mile front. It was one of the largest and most powerful armadas ever to sail. They had to sail across the English Channel which would be very hard with that many ships...
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When they arrived at Omaha they saw that there were many steep cliffs that were in favor for the Germans. This was a result that the United States of America suffered 2,500 casualties. They sent in three airborne divisions two which were American and one Division was British. Of the three airborne divisions 23,000 of the airborne troops, 15,500 were Americans...
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