An examination of how two years of planning, espionage and analysis helped the Allied Forces win D-Day
Did You Know?
The map displayed eight minutes into Part 1 uses post-1945 borders to illustrate Germany's 1939 invasion of Poland. The land identified as Poland was actually German Prussia, which was forcibly ceded to Poland in 1947 as compensation for territory seized by the Soviet Union while allied with the Nazis under the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. See more