Battlefields of the World Wars
A nearly year-long battle in a town in northeast France sees the Germanss fail to make headway in northeast France.
In April of 1917 the German forces, already vast and very strong, easily repel an attack by over a million French soldiers.
A small French force defends against the invading Italian army; the French government retreats to Bordeaux and the Germans take Paris.
Over six thousand, mostly Canadian, soldiers fall in the failed Allied amphibious raid on the German-occupied port of Dieppe.
Experts review the positives and negatives of the Allies' invasion of northern France, a long and hard-fought conflict which turned the tide of World War II.
A massive deployment of paratroopers on June 5, 1944, provides support for the Allies in the Normandy invasion, stymieing y's attempt to drive them back.
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