D-Day to Berlin

On June 6, 1944, the Anglo-American armies managed to land in Normandy after almost five years of a conflict in Europe that had reached levels of destruction and brutality never seen before.

But the road from the beaches to the capital of the Third Reich was going to be long and very bloody: the defeat of Nazism and the unconditional surrender of Germany were still going to need eleven more months of suffering and devastation.

This section covers this period of the war, during which the famous battles and campaigns of Normandy, Arnhem, Lorraine, Aachen, the Ardennes and the Rhine Crossing, among others, took place.

Preparados para desembarcar en Omaha, Día-D