D-Day 6.6.1944

Synopsis: Dramatised documentary, based on the experiences of the soldiers who invaded France in the D-Day Normandy Landings on 6 June 1944 which were instrumental in ending World War II.
Genre: Action, Drama, History
  1 win & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
2004
120 min
113 Views


But behind the propaganda

the reality is very different.

Rommel has asked to be joined

in France by his old colleague

Lieutenant-General Hans Speidel.

Temporary accommodation for

U.S troops of the first army...

As the clock ticks for Rommel,

in central London,

an operation of a very different kind

is being put into action.

Landing craft on the Thames Estuary,

100/ canvas.

And tanks in the south of England...

100/ rubber.

Oxford academic John Masterman is

in charge of a committee of spymasters.

Their task -

to run an intelligence operation

to deceive and confuse

the German High Command.

Operation Fortitude.

The plan to invade France

is well under way -

a good plan,

but with one great risk attached.

The enemy will be expecting it.

The fact is, you can't hide an invading

army. But you can obscure its objectives.

We must convince the enemy

that "Overlord" is not the invasion

but a diversion from the main assault

which will take place

elsewhere at a later date.

We will spin two webs of deceit.

The first that there is an army in

Scotland preparing to invade Norway.

The second that there is an army in the

south preparing to invade Pas-de-Calais.

Which is, of course,

where they are expecting the invasion.

Between now and D-Day,

our double agents

will feed the enemy a rich diet of lies,

washed down with a few harmless truths

for the sake of credibility.

The question is,

which double agents do we use?

In a London suburb is the man Berlin

believes to be their top secret agent,

Juan Pujol, a Spaniard, sending them

intelligence from his network of spies.

In fact, all his spies are fictional.

He is a double agent, codenamed "Garbo".

England must be destroyed and dominated.

With a raised arm I end this letter with

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