D-Day Beaches

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American History

 

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William K

 

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August 14, 2015

 

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University

 

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There was much preparation done and much sacrificed to lead up to the success of D-Day for the allied forces. The casualties for the invasion were extensive. Five thousand, four hundred and thirty-six paratroopers were either killed or wounded (D-Day). Fifty-seven thousand prisoners were taken (Kemp), 57,200 soldiers were dead and 173,000 were wounded or missing (Battle of Normandy)...
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There was much preparation done and much sacrificed to lead up to the success of D-Day for the allied forces. The casualties for the invasion were extensive. Five thousand, four hundred and thirty-six paratroopers were either killed or wounded (D-Day). Fifty-seven thousand prisoners were taken (Kemp), 57,200 soldiers were dead and 173,000 were wounded or missing (Battle of Normandy)...
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