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Filmposter D-Day
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D-Day, Normandy 1944

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Run time
45 minutes
Language
English (with earphones)
Narrated by
Tom Brokaw
Themes
History
War
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D-Day itself is a well-known event. Yet only a few people know exactly why and how, from the end of 1943 until August 1944, this region in Western Europe became the most important place in the world. When visiting Normandy nowadays, it’s hard to imagine how these wonderful beaches became hell on heart years ago.

Discover how these days changed the world.

D-Day: Normandy 1944 takes advantage of the giant screen in order to explain and show how the fate of the present-day world was decided. Not only on D-Day but months, even years before; not only on the beaches of Normandy but everywhere in the world, especially in England and North America; not only by hundreds of thousands of soldiers but by civilians too…

From November 1943 to the end of August 1944, audiences will discover how these days changed the world.

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