WWII D-DAY

WWII D-DAY

Test your knowledge of one of history's most largest Airbourne & amphibious assualt of WWII.

published on May 21, 201210 responses 1

On what day did the Airbourne assualt begin?

On what day did the Airbourne assualt begin?
June 5th 1944
June 12th 1944
June 5th 1943

What was the division of the U.S. Airbourne that had to take St.Mere Eglise?

What was the division of the U.S. Airbourne that had to take St.Mere Eglise?
82nd U.S. Airbourne
101st U.S. Airbourne

What beach did the Canadian forces at D-DAY have to take?

What beach did the Canadian forces at D-DAY have to take?
Utah
Sword
Point du hoc
Gold
Juno
Omaha

What beaches did the British army have to take?

What beaches did the British army have to take?
Select the two correct answers
Sword
Point du hoc
Omaha
Gold
Juno
Utah

What Airbourne division took Merville & what country?

What Airbourne division took Merville & what country?
American 101st Airbourne
Canadian 1st Airbourne
British 9th Airbourne
American 82nd Airbourne

Why did the U.S. Assault Point du hoc?

Why did the U.S. Assault Point du hoc?
To capture the strategic position that Point du hoc had
To be able to head round the edge of France and into Germany
To destroy a set of German heavy guns

What were the names of the German tanks at D-DAY?

What were the names of the German tanks at D-DAY?
Select the two correct answers
Panner
Panther
Penzer
Panzer

How many Allied soldiers died at D-DAY?

How many Allied soldiers died at D-DAY?
British - 1938
American - 8447
Canadian - 893
British - 2700
American - 6603
Canadians - 946
British - 3244
American - 6467
Canadian - 1744

What division of Canadian Airbourne troops assualted Normandy?

What division of Canadian Airbourne troops assualted Normandy?
Canadian 5th Airbourne
Canadian 1st Airbourne
Canadian 12th Airbourne

What day did the Amphibious attack begin?

What day did the Amphibious attack begin?
June 6th 1944
June 5th 1944
June 7th 1944