D-Day


Subjects: History, Social Studies
Source: HIST

History website explores the Allied invastion of Normandy. Resources are categorized by people, events, subect, and more and include video clips, links to additional resources, and interactive maps. Video clips cover everything from the amphibious assault on the beaches of Normandy to speeches by President Eisenhower.

D-Day

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