D-Day Newsreels
What the General Public saw in June 1944
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These film newsreels were produced shortly after the D-Day landings. They are the first images seen by the general public in Allied nations when the went to "the movies." While by no means historically definitive or "objective," they give a good idea of what the public saw and how Normandy was portrayed by news organizations.The last film, "Eve of Battle," also gives a briefing on the general situation in the European Theater as it was covered at the time.
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