1940's Historical News Broadcast

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English

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Young Adult (18-35)

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North American (General) North American (US Mid-Atlantic)

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that on the fifth day of June 1944. Justus, you see them here? A fleet of more than 4000 ships put out from England. This was D Day, fourth anniversary of the Battle of Dunkirk and the Allied armies was striking back. The Great Fleet was underway the morning of June 6th. This was the battleground fierce fighting around. Can vast squadrons of bombers and trains ports lead the way more than 11,000 planes be adding the attack. Paratroopers landed in Normandy behind the coastal defences, landings made with timing and precision, perfected only through scores of rehearsals. Today, the armies of the United Nations have made their first landings on the soil. Western Europe, another of the great decisive battles of world history, has been joined. This is the day for which free people have long waited. This is D Day.