In July of 1944, at the height of World War II in Europe, Americans stormed the beaches of Normandy. Everyone thought it would be a relatively easy move into enemy territory and past Adolph Hitler's Nazi forces. They were wrong. It took nearly two months to advance only 50 kilometers into the French countryside. Now, commanders and historians study the events of Normandy to improve modern tactics.
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