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FC: The life of a German Soldier (WW2) | By Jon Slyman | D Day

1: German D-day soldier that was captured by Allied Troops

2: Titanic teams land in Normandy and install amplifiers to play loud combat noise recordings. | 12:11 am

3: Hundreds of decoy paratrooper dummies are dropped to confuse the German troops.

4: At sea, the first of thousands of landing crafts are lowered into the water. Nearly 5,000 war ships and 1,400 aircrafts are bound for the coast line of Normandy. | 1:00 am

5: 2:15 | German troops are in full alert, but do not combat at this time. | 2:15 | German radars detect the Allied armada.

6: 3:09 | Allied troops start loading in the invasion crafts, the first major step in D Day. This occurs on all five Normandy Beaches

7: 5:30 | The German torpedo fleet of Commander Hoffman attacks Allied ships, the Norwegian destroyer Svenner sinks, the British HMS Warspite and HMS Ramillies fire, but the Germans can escape. 1,100 RAF aircrafts bomb the German coastal batteries at the beaches. | Sunk War Ship

8: 5:58 | Allied warships starts pounding the German Normandy coastal batteries from Caen to Vierville-sur-Mer. | German allied tank

9: 9:05 | On Omaha Beach, the German 352nd Infantry Division surrenders.

10: 15:45 | The British seize the strategic German strong point between Colleville-sur-Orne and Ouistreham. | 19:30 | All five Normandy D Day invasion beachheads and the inland area now are under control of the Allied forces.

11: Allied warplanes bomb the Caen port. Arromanches is liberated, the beginning of the liberation of Europe from Nazi-Germany. | 22:30

12: Dead German Soldier

14: German Troops captured by enemies

15: German Army helmet | German WW2 Pistol

16: German War gun to eliminate big groups or tanks from allied enemy's

17: Work Sited | http://www.timeline-help.com/d-day-timeline.html | AP Images | http://www.rjgeib.com/heroes/draper/german-point-of-view.html | http://canadaonline.about.com/od/ww2battles/ig/D-Day-Pictures/German-Prisoners-Normandy.htm | http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/

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