Omaha Beach Benjamin Backlund and Kalei Rittenhouse

Omaha Beach was on the coast of Normandy, France facing the English Channel

The battle of Omaha Beach was between the United States and Germany. The leader of the United States during this battle was Omar Bradley, who is the general of the army. The German general Dietrich Kraiss and kept German defensive position

The United States deployed from the sea and the German's were defending the the waterline in France. It was the largest air, land and sea invasion in history.

The goal of the U.S. attack was to surprise Germany, but Germany was ready to fight. It was the beginning of the end of World War II

The Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings on June 6th 1944, during World War II

Omaha Beach is one of many landing areas in Normandy, Northern France, used by Allied forces in the World War II D-Day invasion

The outcome of the battle of Omaha Beach was the Allied forces pushing up the coast against the German's bunkers.

Omaha Beach was used to attack Normandy. Then they used Normandy to establish a firm foothold.

D-Day was the largest amphibious invasion in history. The code name for the invasion was operation overlord. Eisenhower thought it would be beneficial since German troops and artillery was built up.

This image shows the Allied forces running throw the water from the amphibious watercraft.

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