Event Title

D-Day: Was the Ultimate Victory a Strategic Failure

Location

213 Main Hall

Start Date

29-4-2016 1:45 PM

End Date

29-4-2016 2:10 PM

Description

One of the most important operations in World War II was examined to see if the Ultimate Victory was a strategic failure. There were three different phases that were examined. The first phase, in regards to the operation was the planning and preparation phase. The planning by the Allied key leaders was discussed to entail what was seen as the objectives. The preparation and training that ensued after the initial planning allowed for the key leaders to adjust the planning of how the operation was supposed to go. The next phase was the actual operation. What is looked at is how the operation unfolded. Then the last phase was what actually happened when the operation commenced. Did what happened in the mission match up to what the objectives were in the finalized plans of those in the planning process?

Comments

Justin Nalley is a senior at Kent State University and will be graduating in the spring of 2016. He is completing a double major in history and psychology and a minor in political science. After graduation he will be attending Youngstown State University for graduate school in history. He will be retiring in June after more than 20 years. He enjoys sports, current events and fishing when he is not busy with school. He is married and has two cats.

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Apr 29th, 1:45 PM Apr 29th, 2:10 PM

D-Day: Was the Ultimate Victory a Strategic Failure

213 Main Hall

One of the most important operations in World War II was examined to see if the Ultimate Victory was a strategic failure. There were three different phases that were examined. The first phase, in regards to the operation was the planning and preparation phase. The planning by the Allied key leaders was discussed to entail what was seen as the objectives. The preparation and training that ensued after the initial planning allowed for the key leaders to adjust the planning of how the operation was supposed to go. The next phase was the actual operation. What is looked at is how the operation unfolded. Then the last phase was what actually happened when the operation commenced. Did what happened in the mission match up to what the objectives were in the finalized plans of those in the planning process?