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Recreate the Allied landing on Normandy beach with this book of paper soldiers!  This 12 page downloadable PDF includes 42 soldiers and 42 bases so they can stand.  Each base is marked with a national flag, so that there is no confusion between sides in the heat of battle.

21 American troops of the 1st Division wade ashore to liberate Europe.  They are armed with M1 Garand rifles, grenades, Thompson Sub-Machine guns, and Browning Automatic Rifles.  The German forces muster 21 men of the 352nd Division.  They are armed with rifles, grenades, and MG-42 machine guns (complete with ammunition belts to attach).

To recreate the beaches even better, this book also includes 6 spiky "Czech hedgehog" obstacles to assemble.

Will the Allied landings on Omaha Beach be successful, or will the Germans hurl them back into the sea?  You decide!  Pages are 8.5" x 11", so they can be printed from any color printer.  All you need to recreate the Normandy Landings is glue, tape, and a pair of scissors!

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March 1st, 2016
Thank you so much for creating these. Our boys are just delighted with them. They are enjoying asking all sorts of questions about the details presented as well as D-Day. This is a wonderful tool to use along side your History learning or just by the [...]
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December 19, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on December 19, 2015.