Omaha Beach at Noon, 6 June 1944
Omaha Beach at noon showing the four American footholds off the beach. At this state the only German strongpoint to be directly threatened was WN60 at the eastern end of the beach, and the Germans believed that the landing had been effectively repulsed.
The D-Day Companion, ed. Jane Penrose
. A selection of thirteen separate essays on different aspects of the D-Day lands, from the initial planning to post-war memorials; this is an excellent piece of work that sets the D-Day landings firmly in context. An excellent starting point for anyone who wants to learn more about Operation Overlord, but its wide range of topics means it is likely to be of value to anyone with an interest in the subject. [see more
How to cite this article:
Rickard, J (14 May 2009), Omaha Beach at Noon, 6 June 1944 , http://www.historyofwar.org/Maps/maps_omaha_noon.html