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Flames of War: The Battle for the Cotentin


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Battlefront writes:


Sainte Mere Eglise

After the Allied landing at Utah Beach and the dropping of 82nd Airborne Division in Saint-Mere-Eglise area, both opponents were at a stalemate, with neither of the two sides able to make progress. The Allied bridgehead became stronger everyday, and after its conjunction with the airborne drop zones, the Germans were forced on the defensive. The main American attacks in the Cotentin Peninsula were concentrated on Montebourg…

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