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27 August, 07:00

What was the significant outcome of the D-Day invasion of Normandy?

It was challenging for Russia to overcome the enemy and push back German

commanders.

It opened a second Western Front in Europe and led to the liberation of Nazi-

occupied Paris.

U. S. bombing raids were failing so the D-Day invasion focused heavily on trench

warfare in rural parts of France.

The German victory at the Battle of Normandy secured Nazi occupation of

France.

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  1. 27 August, 07:08
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    This is the right option here:

    It opened a second Western Front in Europe and led to the liberation of Nazi-occupied Paris.
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