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BC: To sum this up it is simply a few statistics of D-Day of which are the death and wounded toll , the leaders and the amount of time it took to win control I learned that there were far more causalities than i thought there were and the amount of time it took also who were the decision makers in this epic war

FC: D-Day 1944 | By Nick Cipriano

1: I chose this topic because I thought it would be fun to research one of the turning points in the war that is all that motivated me

2: i know that is D-Day occurred on June the 6th 1944 and that it took place on five beaches Gold Juno Omaha Utah and Sword that is all I know

4: How many soldiers participated and how many were killed and wounded at D-Day on June 6 1944? The answer is 176000 soldiers participated and 206000 soldiers lost their lives plus 37976 were wounded

5: Who commanded troops on both sides? On the Allies side it was Gen.Patton,Gen. Ridgway, Gen.Bradley and Gen.Eisenhower

6: Who commanded the troops on both sides? (Cont'd) One person commanded the axis on D-Day and he was Field Marshal Gerd Von Runstedt

7: How long did it take to win control of all the beaches? It took around 5 days to take control of the beaches

8: Cite Page "Normandy." World Book. Vol. N-O. 2006. Print. "World War 11." World Book. Vol. W. 2006. Print. "Allies." World Book Vol. A. 2006. Print. Tunge, Neil. Battles of WW11. Rosen publishing co., 2009. Print. Knapp, Ron. American Generals of WW11. Enslow publishers Inc., Print. Louis, Snyder L. "Normandy Invasion ." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. 2010 ed. web. 8. 2010. .

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