The D-Day That Failed – The Dieppe Landings of 1942

Smoke. Sand. Blood. Allied soldiers clamber from bullet-grazed transports onto the Norman dunes under a hail of German machine gun fire from the cliffs and hills above. But this isn’t the start of D-Day on the 6th of June 1944. Instead the soldiers are Canadians, and the beaches are those of Dieppe, and the year is 1942.

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  1. Pingback: 1940 Field Marshal Ceremony | VikingLifeBlog
  2. albertrudolf · May 25, 2019

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