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Northern France Campaign July 25, 1944 September 14, 1944

The "Battle of Normandy" is the official term for the American, British and Canadian military campaign lasting from June 6 - September 1, 1944.

Villers Bocage

Villers Bocage

The Battle of Villers-Bocage took place during the Second World War on 13 June 1944, one week after the Allies landed in Normandy to begin the liberation of German-occupied France. The battle was the result ...
St Lo

St Lo

The town of St-Lo was the strategic key to western Normandy. Major General Leonard T. Gerow, commander of US V Corps, which landed at Omaha on 6 June, was ordered to capture the town by D plus 9 (15 June). ...
The Battle for Caen

The Battle for Caen

The Battle for Caen from June-August 1944 was a battle between Allied (primarily British and Canadian troops) and German forces during the Battle of Normandy.
Epsom and Hill 112

Epsom and Hill 112

Operation Epsom was general Sir Bernard Montgomery's third attempt in the Battle of Normandy to take the city of Caen, a key D-Day objective. He planned to deploy Lieutenant-General Sir Richard O'Connor's ...
Falaise

Falaise

The battle of the Falaise Pocket, fought during the Second World War from 12–21 August 1944, was the decisive engagement of the Battle of Normandy. Taking its name from the pocket around the town ...

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