The D-day invasion (AIR)
The Raid on the skies of Normandy.
The Air invasion on Normandy was to cripple the German's defense and offence, and to prevent a counter-attack. They focused their attack on destroying war material, roads, bridges, tunnels, anything to cripple German military and networks of trade from which the Germans could trade.
The Air Invasion
The attack was planned, and the Allies had gathered for a coordinated attack on Normandy. Allied Bombers destroyed bridges, railroads, military material, anything that would cripple German defense and offense. Soon after that, troops were deployed on the ground, as the planes from above would rain down hell on the Germans.
The D-day invasion
Tuesday, June 6th 1944 at 12am
Normandy, Northeast coast of France
Key Leader in WW2.../ D-Day
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
Born October 14th, 1890, in Denison, Texas. Dwight was one of Seven Sons, His parents were David Jacob Eisenhower, and Ida Elizabeth Stover Eisenhower.