A landing to stop two dictators

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Why was the Normandy landing important during World War II? To understand the importance of this operation we must travel back in time to the night of August 16, 1942 let’s dive into Josef Stalin’s private rooms in the Kremlin. The meetings with his host, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, had not gone well at all. They both despised each other personally. But Stalin, a vodka drinker, knew this

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