This West Virginia newspaper covers the D-Day invasion of northern France by Allied forces and includes the full text of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's messages to service members and the people of occupied Europe.
This underground newspaper Le Franc-Tireur encourages its readers to assist Allied forces in the liberation of German-occupied France following the D-Day invasion. Moreover, the newspaper strongly condemns the Vichy government and French citizens who failed to take up the resistance.
Pyle's poetic writing in The Washington Daily News contrasts the "awful waste and destruction" on the beaches of Normandy with the hopefulness inspired by the immensity of the Allied reinforcements waiting in the English Channel.
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower graces the cover of Life magazine nearly two weeks after Allied troops under his command stormed the beaches at Normandy, France. This issue also includes dramatic images by photographer Robert Capa, who documented the June 6 assault.
A day after Allied forces came ashore in France, The New York Times reports they have broken through the German "Atlantic Wall." British and American leaders address their nations for the first time since the invasion began.
The Italy edition of The Stars and Stripes tells U.S. service members about gains since the D-Day invasion three days earlier, the liberation of Rome and surrounding areas, and the start of a Russian offensive.
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