D-Day, June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter Abstracts

Chapter 1

* Germany and Hitler's main problem is that the Germans have taken on more enemies than they have the means to fight.

* Hitler declares that the greatest threat is that posed by an Anglo-American offensive.

* The Germans begin to prepare for battle on the French coast.

* Hitler makes many strategic mistakes in the war, including fighting on too many fronts, overlooking the importance of certain equipment, and stopping the development of the atomic bomb.

* Hitler puts all of Germany's war efforts into building the Atlantic Wall on the French coast to defend against an Allied attack.

Chapter 2

* "The Attackers" is all about the tactical challenges faced by the Allies, as well as the advantages they had over the Germans.

* The tactical problems the Allies faced as they planned an assault on the shores of France were getting ashore and building up enough troops and equipment.

* Both the Americans...

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