Why Was D-day A Major Impact On Ww2 And Why Was It So Significant?


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D Day had a major impact on ww2 because it opened the beaches of France to the allies, which meant more supplies and troops could be shipped in faster
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D-Day was the initial invasion of France at the Battle of Normandy on June 6, 1944.
The result of this attack was decisive allied victory.

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D-day had a critical impact WWII because it was the initial invasion into Europe. (Basically, that is how the allies entered Europe.) It was so critical because that determined what and how the allies did in the European theater of WWII.

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