D-Day succeeded thanks to an ingenious design called the Mulberry Harbours | Analysis
The Allies armies needed to get at least 150,000 soldiers, military personnel and all their equipment ashore on D-Day. Here's how that happened.
D-Day 75th Anniversary: The horrible waste of war | Ernie Pyle
(Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, the Capital-Star is reprinting the timeless work of World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle. Over the next three days, we’ll be running a selection of Pyle’s columns from the Normandy beaches, in tribute to this turning point in history, and the men and women who served.) […]