Why was D-Day so important?


D-Day was the date of the Allied landing in France during World War Two. On 6th June, 1944, 2,727 ships sailed to the French Normandy coast and on the first day landed 156,000 men on a front of thirty miles. D-Day is important because it was the biggest offense or blow that the Allied forces had ever taken against the Axis forces and is considered the single invasion that forecasted the Axis loss in 1945.
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The purpose of D-Day was to send Allied troops to the beaches of Normandy to invade Nazi Germany during World War II.
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