Many people think of commanders like Eisenhower and soldiers storming the beaches of France when they think of D-Day. However, the full picture of the massive operation is much larger than that. Panelists discuss the lesser recognized contributions of women, multiple governments, and other military members in ensuring the success of the crucial landing. This event was part of the National World War II Museum's annual conference.
Sponsor: National World War II Museum,Pritzker Military Museum and Library