D-Day refers to the anniversary of the Allied forces arriving on the beach of Normandy in France resulting in one of the most notable attacks against Germany in World War 2. The battle freed Northern France from British, American, and Canadian occupation.
When Is D-Day?
June 6th of 1994 is observed annually under the name D-Day.
History Of D-Day
D-Day became known as an internationally known anniversary in 1944 when the Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, France.