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FC: D Day

1: April 8,1943 I sign up for the war and I'm assigned to be located at the beaches of Normandy on Northern France June 5. 1944 German Higher headquarters staff plans for a simulate of the allied powers landing in Normandy June 6, 1944, 0:100 hours The invasion of D Day begins and allied par troopers start landing behind out territorial lines June 6, 1944, 0:330 hours The assault waves begin and the U.S soldiers are running through the ocean as they seem to be seasick and wobbly

2: June 6, 1944, 1430 hours We make use of trenches, tunnels, and our snipers such as myself that appear along the bluffs June 6, 1944, 1930 hours By nightfall we are not in control of the beaches anymore as the enemy has taken over June 7, 1944 Our Coronal has been taken prisoner as it's only a matter we surrender for this battle | A group of German prisoners surrender to the enemy at the battle of D Day

3: June 7, 1944 We fail to assemble any type of counter attack on the enemy, and we show no type of advancement on the enemy June 13, 1944 We receive reinforcements that arrive in increasing numbers which puts an end to the rapid advancements of the enemy June 18, 1944 I have been captured by the enemy and I'm being sent to an allied country | High ranked officials discuss war strategy | Our soldiers that got captured

4: Allied boats arriving

5: News article about the invasion

7: U.S troops arrive and surprise us on D Day with a huge invasion

8: German soldier panicking during battle

9: Dear Family, June 6, 1944 The allied troops have surprised us in combat this morning as the allied troops stormed from the beaches. We are doing all we can with our squadrant trying to mo down these troops with machine guns and snipers. They don't seem to be hesitating with the invasion and more and more of them keep coming. A bunch of us are either dead or surrendered. It's only a matter of time before we all surrender. We are doing all we can to hold off the enemy but it is very difficult and we have very little support. I just wanted my family to know whats going on. Love, Alwin Eberstark

10: Dear Family June 13, 1944 We are doing a fair share of holding off the enemy, and hope has arrived as reinforcements secure parts of Normandy so the rapid advancement of the enemy will slow down. We don't have much hope and Our Coronal has been captured. I am still alive and well as of now, but many of us seem to be hopeless about finishing this battle. I will let you know how this whole thing turns out to be. Love, Alwin Eberstark

11: Dear Family June 18, 1944 Dear Family, This will be the last letter I'm able to send you for a while. Our whole squadrant has been capture, and is being sent to an allied Nation. We had hope but yet again the enemy caught us by surprise. The Americans are just to clever. I will be able to see all of you after the war has ended. Please write to me every day because I will be very lonely in A country with no family, and not a lot of people I know. This war seems to be going very bad, An I am very mad I enlisted into the German Army under Hitler. Keep hope I will see you soon. Love, Alwin Eberstark

12: A picture of me in battle with machine gun bullets | A picture of me running across enemy lines as I avoid shell bombs in the trench war fair

13: A picture of my squadrant which was taken before the enemy invaded | A picture of me and a couple of Army friends stabilizing for battle

14: Artifact 1 | This is a photo of the sniper I used during the battle of D Day

15: Artifact 2 This is a photo of mu uniform during the battle of D Day and ww2

16: Artifact 3 Three of my war medals awarded to me for bravery and courage during the battle of D Day and WW2

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