(This book commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day Thursday)
1500 America soldiers died in a D-Day rehearsal on April 27-28, 1944
at Slapton Sands, more than at Utah Beach on June 6, 1944. The shoreline at Slapton Sands was identical to Normandy. So, yes the Nazis knew where the attack was coming but this information was not acted upon.
Attacks by Nazis torpedo boats took about 1000 American lives. A “friendly fire mishap” took another 500.
Hushed up for 50 years, this debacle is a reminder that all wars target the uninitiated — goyim and Jew alike.