The Allies - D-Day album flac
Style: Breakbeat, Abstract
MP3 album: 1823 mb
FLAC album: 1215 mb
Other formats: AIFF AHX TTA MPC AA XM DTS
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop
Fans of turntablist collectives like the Invisibl Skratch Piklz will love this EP by the Allies, who, while less well-known, make music at least as complex and funky. There's nothing groundbreaking here, just lots of dexterously manipulated beats and cuts, as well as a generous helping of virtuosic scratching.
D-Day: The Allies Invade Europe. In May 1944, the Western Allies were finally prepared to deliver their greatest blow of the war, the long-delayed, cross-channel invasion of northern France, code-named Overlord. Primary Image: Soldiers coming ashore at Normandy on D-Day. Image: National Archives and Records Administration, 111-SC-320902.
D-Day marked the ultimate collaboration between wartime allies, but 75 years on, those bonds are fraying. Macron called for those ties to continue as countries observed the somber occasion. D-Day 75 commemorations in Normandy. Military reenactors walk along Gold Beach on the morning of the anniversary of the D-Day landings. 156,000 troops from allied countries including the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada joined forces in the audacious attack.
Decoration Day is a rock album released by Drive-By Truckers in 2003. The album was recorded mostly live over two weeks at Chase Park Transduction Studios in Athens, Georgia, and was produced by noted producer and former Sugar bassist David Barbe. The album is the Truckers' fifth, including their live album Alabama Ass Whuppin', following the critically acclaimed Southern Rock Opera.
Figures for D-Day casualties are contradictory and inexact, but some historians believe 4,900 Allied casualties and an unknown number of Axis occurred. Roughly 200,000 German troops were killed or wounded. The Allies also captured 200,000 prisoners of war (not included in the 425,000 total, above). During the fighting around the Falaise Pocket (August 1944) alone, the Germans suffered 90,000 losses, including prisoners. Please use this data for any reference citations.
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On D-Day, Germany had 59 divisions in France, Belgium and Holland, a total the Allies could not hope to match for weeks after the initial landings even if plans to capture Cherbourg went well (they didn't) and the beaching landing systems they built worked flawlessly (they mostly did, but suffered from a major storm). Operation Fortitude" remains one of the most sophisticated and successful military deceptions in history. A phony army was created complete with fake military equipment and radio chatter under the command of General Patton to fool the Germans into believing the D-Day invasion would take place in Northern France and that the Normandy landing was a diversion. The diversion was a success in large part because of a brilliant Spanish spy, Juan Pujol, who worked for the Allies as a double agent feeding false information to the Nazis that D-Day was a diversion
The Allies of World War II, called the "United Nations" from the 1 January 1942 declaration, were the countries that together opposed the Axis powers during the Second World War (1939–1945). The Allies promoted the alliance as a means to control German, Japanese and Italian aggression. At the start of the war on 1 September 1939, the Allies consisted of France, Poland and the United Kingdom, as well as their dependent states, such as British India.
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|ASP 0126||The Allies||D-Day (LP, Album)||Asphodel||ASP 0126||US||2000|
|ASP 0126||The Allies||D-Day (CD, Album)||Asphodel||ASP 0126||US||2000|