Unformatted text preview: the Invasion of Normandy. Allied planners had to utilize strategic decision making in order to create elements of strategic advantage. Never done before in history, the allied planners had to utilize misinformation techniques to hide their plan of attack by inventing a ficititious code. The Allies committed their resources, their manpower, and strategy to maximize their chances of success while minimizing the risk to lives and military assets. All the strategic decisions made prior to D-Day in 1944, including setting the day and time of the invasion and choice of battle ground led to victory....
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- Spring '10
- World War II, Allies of World War II