Pour: Ian Holm
Director: Richard Dale
Release date: June 06, 2004
On June 6, 1944, the greatest military invasion and defense the world has ever seen took place. D-Day tells the epic story of the preparation and execution of the Allied invasion of Normandy. It tells the story of the defense of the Western Front by the forces of the German Empire and the complex and deadly secret war waged by the men and women of France and mainland Europe. D-Day brings to life the dramatic and wondrous stories of courage and sacrifice, joy and despair, love and betrayal. Planning for the Allied invasion on June 6, 1944 took two years and cost thousands of lives. It was a deception of breathtaking daring. Both the preparation and the actions and events of the day itself were based on the absolute discretion of many and the genius and nerves of a few. D-Day examines the intricate puzzle from both sides – presenting events through the eyes of the men and women who were there and tell their extraordinary stories.
Netflix does not have D-Day 6/6/1944 in its online library at the time of writing. We don’t expect that to change very soon, but you never know!
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