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D-Day, June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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The reporter Ernie Pyle said, "We did it with every advantage on the enemy's side and every disadvantage on ours." What are the advantages of the German Army? What are the disadvantages for the Allies? How does this make the victory more miraculous and the loss more devastating?

Ambrose says in the Prologue that his book is about the young men who were molded by the 20's and 30's to become the heroes of D-Day. Discuss what he means by this.

It is said that the war was won with British brains and American brawn. What are the differences between the armed forces of the two countries and how do their strengths and weaknesses contribute to victory?

Compare and contrast the days before the battle on the German side versus all that was going on with the Allies. What are the German leaders doing in those early days...

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