Normandy, 1944 - R. A. C. Parker

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D-Day was cloudy and windy, but the weather was better than the day before. Their forecast had been bad enough to persuade the German defenders that they would not be disturbed on 6 June but the forecast presented Eisenhower, the allied Supreme Commander, had been just good enough for him to order the attack.

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