The Allies, aided by French resistance forces, drove the Germans from their strongholds, town by town, road by road, and fulfilled the directive of Eisenhower's commanders: "You will enter the continent of Europe and, in conjunction with the other Allied nations, undertake operations aimed at the heart of Germany and the destruction of her armed forces.
Were the Allies correct to demand unconditional surrender?
BACKGROUND/MAP STUDY: One of the miracles of D-Day was the fact that the Allies were able to keep the date and location of the invasion secret.
steps to advance NATO interoperability will be reciprocated by the allies
fulfillment of their Prague Capabilities Commitment, and substantial improvements in the readiness, deployability and sustainment of European forces that would be assigned to the NATO Response Force.