D-Day is a board wargame published by Avalon Hill first in 1961 and later re-released in 1965, 1971, 1977 and 1991. An operational/strategic simulation of the Western Front between June and September, 1944, the game simulates the invasion by the Allies of France while it was occupied by the Axis Powers. The title references the Norma
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- day of the allied landing in France, World War II
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The first day of the Allied invasion of Normandy - June 6th 1944 - D stands for 'Day'
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6 June 1944, the day of the Allied invasion of Normandy under the command of General Eisenhower to commence Operation Overlord, the liberation of Western Europe from German occupation. The...
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6 June 1944 noun
day of the allied landing in France, World War II
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(in World War II), first day of the Allied landing in Normandy, France. See Normandy Invasion.
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D-Day: see Normandy campaign.
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6 June 1944, the day of the Allied invasion of Normandy under the command of General Eisenhower to commence Operation Overlord, the liberation of Western Europe from German occupation. The Anglo-US invasion fleet landed on the Normandy beaches on the stretch of coast between the Orne River and S...
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D-Day is a term often used in military parlance to denote the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated. "D-Day" often represents a variable, designating the day upon which some significant event will occur or has occurred; see Military designation of days and hours for similar terms. On the same principle
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D-Day is a real-time strategy war-game, that is set during and after the Normandy D-Day landings in 1944. The game features fully rendered 3D viewable from different angles. The player can take control of up to 60 different units, from snipers, to flamethrower units, and can take control of wheeled and tracked units. It is cons
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"D-Day" is an 18-line Irish language poem by Pól Ó Muirí. The poem concerns the nose-gunner of a B-24 Liberator flying over Normandy on D-Day, 6 June 1944. He is ag guí Dé/praying to God while holding I bpóca a léine taise tá pictiur/In the damp pocket of his shirt a picture of his lover from the Falls Road, Belfast. Ou
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