D Day 75 Anniversary Special Issue*
D Day 75th Anniversary issue
Tipping the balance of war in Normandy.
7 Meetings to D-Day
The entire Normandy invasion hinged on General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s decision, but would the weather cooperate?
Dropping into Normandy
Although almost everything went wrong during the American D-Day airborne jump, the paratroopers managed to pull victory from the jaws of defeat. These are their personal stories.
Slugfest in Normandy
The little known battle for Fière has been called “probably the bloodiest small unit struggle in the experience of American arms.”
A Bedford Boy at Omaha
Roy Stevens remembered the tremendous sacrifice of his brother, Ray, and other young men from a Virginia town, which would never be the same after D-Day.
“Hold Until Relieved”
British gliderborne troops in six Horsa gliders captured two vital bridges inland from Sword Beach.
Cracking the Vierville Draw
The Stonewallers of the U.S. 29th Infantry Division and the Rangers faced murderous fire on D-Day to capture Omaha
Beach’s most vital exit.
From the Great North to Normandy
Although often overlooked, Canadian troops did their part to ensure victory on D-Day.
Deadly Duel for Utah Beach
Soldiers of the U.S. 4th Infantry Division stormed ashore at Utah Beach on D-Day.
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