Throughout the course of World War II, there were several American raids, or invasions, of European soil. Young American soldiers risked their own lives in order to save those of thousands of others. The most famous of these invasions happened on the beaches of Normandy, Where US and British forces ran into a strong German resistance . This battle has been studied and glorified by many American historians throughout the years. Every historian has his or her own take on this event, but almost all American historians will express it as an important United States victory.
In his article “Questionable Objective: The Brittany Ports, 1944”, A. Harding Ganz focuses on the “logistical planning” and “strategic considerations” of high ranking officials during the invasion . He continues talk of planning and proper procedures, and eventually encounters the actual battle itself. He describes the D-Day invasion in terms of the raw number of soldiers, but soon ch...