D-Day landings: Operation Overlord in numbers

June 6 1944.

Juno Beach

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders land on Juno Beach on D-Day

  • ontario john

    Gee, I hope the D Day ceremony at Toronto city hall doesn’t interfere with ramadan ding dong activities and homosexual sex month celebrations.

  • vimy

    D-Day+72 years and we are still at war with fascists and we are not the ones invading anymore.

  • simus1

    Requiem for most of the Royal Navy battleships.
    They supported the advancing troops in Normandy until the range to German targets was too great or the barrels of their great guns had been worn out. Then they were sailed to their home ports and were shut down.

  • Minicapt

    Dieppe: 550 went ashore, 50 came back.
    D-day: went ashore late on 6 Jun and were 13 miles inland by the end of the 7th.