The story behind the biggest seaborne invasion in history
The planning for the Allied invasion against the Nazi forces on June 6th 1944 took two years, cost thousands of lives and involved a deception of breathtaking audacity.
Presenting events through the eyes of the men and women who were there, this extraordinary D Day documentary explores the story in full.
With personal testimonies and compelling drama, this two-part World War II series recreates the biggest seaborne invasion in history.
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