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COMPLETE BROADCAST 1944
(D-DAY INVASION OF NORMANDY)
CBS COVERAGE

 Complete Broadcast 1944 (D-Day Invasion of Normandy CBS)

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DDay
CBS Coverage of Complete Broadcast Day - June 6, 1944: D-Day Allies Invade Normandy

Utah Beach Invasion
Utah Beach
After years of planning, the U.S. and allied troops invaded the shores of Normandy in a surprise attack on the Nazi occupying forces on June 6 th, 1944. 12,000 British and American airplanes led the attack. Thousands of paratroopers landed in enemy territory and attempted to suppress a German counter attack. Five French beach fronts were invaded by British, Canadian and American troops that arrived via the sea. The successfully pushed back the Nazi Defense known as the "Atlantic Wall and this day marked a turning point in favor of the allies and the liberation of Europe in World War II. D-day began the Battle of Normandy and by the end of July 1944, about 1 million Allied troops, mostly American, British and Canadian, were entrenched in Normandy. Some believe that if the D-day invasion did not occur, that there would have been a Soviet invasion of Europe to the western coast leading to communism throughout the continent. To read a first hand account of the invasion please visit Lee's Old Time Radio Memory.

It is a day that change the world and this collection constitutes the broadcast of shows the almost the entire 24 hour day of June 6th, 1944.

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MP3 DISK CONTENTS: [Help]

24 shows - total playtime 23 hours 16 minutes

Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 001
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 002
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 003
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 004
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 005
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 006
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 007
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 008
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 009
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 010
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 011
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 012
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 013
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 014
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 015
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 016
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 017
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 018
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 019
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 020
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 021
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 022
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 023
Complete Broadcast Day 440606 Part 024
 


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