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What was the purpose of D-Day? 1.to launch a surprise invasion of Europe from southern Italy 2. to encourage the Soviet Union to continue fighting on the Eastern Front 3. to reclaim Western Europe first before attempting to move Allied troops into Germany 4. to establish a stronghold on Germany's northern coast

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    Which one do you think it is?

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    The Battle of Normandy was fought in World War II in 1944. It was fought by the Allied forces against Germans. The purpose of the Normandy invasion, code named Operation OVERLORD, was to get the Allied army onto the continent of Europe.

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