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Welcome to THE MAKING OF A NATION -- American history in VOA Special English. I'm Steve Ember.
On June fifth, nineteen forty-four, a huge Allied force waited for the order to invade German-occupied France. The invasion had been planned for the day before. But a storm forced a delay.
At three-thirty in the morning, the Allied commander, General Dwight Eisenhower, was meeting with his aides. The storm still blew outside the building.
General Eisenhower and the other generals were discussing whether they should attack the next day.
A weatherman entered the room. He reported that the weather would soon improve. All eyes turned toward Eisenhower.
The decision was his. His face was serious. And for a long time he was silent. Finally he spoke. "Okay," he said. "We will go."
And so the largest military invasion ever known, D-Day, took place on June sixth, nineteen-forty-four.
The German leader, Adolph Hitler, had known the invasion was coming. But he did not know where the Allied force would strike.
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1944年6月5日,一支庞大的盟军等待入侵德国占领的法国地区的命令。入侵是前一天计划好的,但是一场暴风雨迫使计划推迟。
凌晨三点半,盟军指挥官德怀特・艾森豪威尔将军正在会见他的助手。大楼外依然暴风肆虐。
艾森豪威尔将军和其他将军正在讨论他们在第二天是否应该发动进攻。
一个气象员走进房间,他报告说天气很快就会好转,所有的目光都转向艾森豪威尔。
这是他要做出的决定。他一脸严肃的神情,沉默许久。最后他说,“好吧,我们进攻。”
这就是有史以来最大规模的军事入侵,诺曼第之役,该战役发生于1944年6月6日。
德国领导人阿道夫・希特勒知道入侵即将到来,但他不知道盟军将在哪里发动进攻。
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