Whirlwind in Normandy - by Paul Seguna
The whirlwind that swept the Nazi Third Reich from western Europe began in Normandy with the allied invasion of June 6, 1944 (D-Day) and the sound of that wind was often carried forth by the powerful Napier Sabre engines of RCAF Typhoon fighter-bombers. The Typhoons decimated Hitler's legions as they moved towards the allied invasion beaches. They relentlessly hit the Panzer divisions and supply columns weakening them before they even contacted our ground forces and later they cleared the way for the advance of allied troops in the liberation of Europe.
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