THE INVASION OF NORMANDY
LISTEN TO THE HISTORY OF THE INVASION
Back ground of the invasion of normandy
QEUSTION 1: When did the invasion of normady start
QUESTION 2: How many people had died in the invasion
How many people had died in the invasion? well statics show that over 425,000 allied Germans were either killed or wounded, casualties troops, 83,045 were from 21st soldier group which included, British, Canadian and polish ground forces and 125,847 from united states ground forces. The figure show that Germans suffered the most during the invasion.
QEUSTION 3: Who killed Hitler
On April 30 1945, after a intense street to street combat, when saviet troops were within a block or two of the Reich chancellery, Hitler committed suicide, shooting himself in the mouth while simultaneously biting into a cyanide capsule. Hitler's body and that of eva braun his mistress whom he had married the day before she was put in a bomb crater.
QEUSTION 4: WHAT WAS ADOLF HILTER DOING THE TIME OF THE INVASION
QEUSTION 5: WHAT IS NORMANDY
Normandy is a geographical region of France to the former duchy
QEUSTION 6: WHERE IS NORMANDY LOCATED
Normandy is located in Europe, in north western France
QEUSTION 7: HOW DID THIS AFFECT CANADAAND OTHER COUNTRIES
The invasion of Normandy help change Canada and other countries by putting the Germans on defences rather than offensive. With the failed attempts by the Germans to capture Russia, defend Italy, and defend Normandy beach, allied troops were able to finally able to to go on the offensive side, the biggest reason was because Canadians know that they were no longer jeopardized by the germans