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HIUS 222 Name 03/28/16 HIUS 222, Sec. 1 D-Day, The Total Story: Breakout ,” directed by Lihani, Robert , in D-Day, The Total Story (A&E Television Networks, 2008) 46:57 mins On June 6, 1944, more than 160 thousand Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to fight the Nazi Germany. This invasion was one of the largest military assaults in history. While more than 5 thousand ships and 13 thousand aircrafts were used in the D-Day invasion, it was clear that General Dwight D. Eisenhower meant it when he said “we will accept nothing less than full victory.” As you can imagine an invasion of this scale would take some major planning and with General Dwight Eisenhower as the Commander of Operation Overlord, the Allies conducted a large- scale deception campaign. This campaign was designed to mislead the Germans about the intended invasion target to make the Germans think that the main target was Pas-de-Calais instead of Normandy. The Allies used fake equipment, a phantom army, and fraudulent radio transmissions to carry out this deception campaign. Due to bad weather the
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