Klaus Muller, a battle-hardened veteran, finds himself fighting for his life on the Russian front. Surrounded by overwhelming numbers of Russian tanks and planes, he and his men are doomed until famed German tank ace, Michael Wittmann, shows up in his Tiger Tank and saves the day. Once wounded, Klaus is transferred to Normandy to serve under Field Marshal Rommel just days before the Allied invasion. Much to his surprise, he finds that his beloved Klaudia is also stationed nearby as a field nurse. Unfortunately, so is her father, who is working with the French resistance and now finds himself pursued by the ruthless Gestapo officer Brahms, whose search leads him to Klaus and Klaudia attempting a rescue. They are caught and imprisoned. As D-Day begins and the Allies attack from the beaches and the sky, they escape from the prison, fighting the Gestapo in the middle of the biggest invasion in world history. We follow the D-Day invasion through the scared eyes of Sgt. Roberts whose path ... Written by
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The film was a collaborative effort of current and former Military personnel trying to keep as close to the true history as possibly, with collaboration of many WW2 historical societies, the film boasts a huge array of military hardware, tanks, planes weapons etc. See more
None of the German armored vehicles are seen sporting Zimmerit anti-mine coating, which was nearly always applied in the period where the movie takes place and gave the skin of the vehicles a distinctive ridged appearance. See more