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Normandy Sheet Map .pdf


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Supreme Headquarters Allied
Expeditionary Force (SHAEF)
The badge shows the burning
sword of liberty under a
rainbow representing the many
nations contributing to the Allied Forces

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St-Pierre-Eglise

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Allied Order of Battle
Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF)
Supreme Commander:
Deputy Supreme Commander:
Chief of Staff:

General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder
Major General Walter Bedell Smith

21st ARMY GROUP
General Sir Bernard L. Montgomery
Second British Army
Lieutenant General Sir Miles Dempsey
I Corps (to First Canadian Army 23 July 1944)
Lieutenant General J. T. Crocker

VIII Corps (from 16 July)
Lieutenant General Sir Richard O’Connor
XII Corps (from 30 July)
Lieutenant General N. M. Richie
XXX Corps
Lieutenant General B. C. Bucknall
(to 3 August)
Lieutenant General B. G. Horrocks
Armoured Divisions
Guards Armoured Division, 7 Armoured Division,
11 Armoured Division, 79 Armoured Division
(Specialist Armour)

Rânes

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British, Canadian and
Commonwealth

Infantry

French

Armoured

German

Independent Commando Brigades
1 Special Service Brigade, 4 Special Service
Brigade

First Canadian Army (from 23 July)
Lieutenant General H. D. G. Crerar

12th ARMY GROUP (from 1 August)
Lieutenant General Omar N. Bradley

VIII Corps (from 15 June)
Major General Troy H. Middleton

II Canadian Corps (from 12 July – from Second
British Army 23 July)
Lieutenant General G. S. Simonds

1st US Army
Lieutenant General Omar N. Bradley (to 1 August)
Lieutenant General Courtney H. Hodges

XII Corps (from 29 July)
Major General Gilbert R. Cook

Armoured Divisions
4 Canadian Armoured Division, 1 Pollish Armoured
Division

3rd US Army
Lieutenant General George S. Pattern Jr.

Independent Armoured Brigade
2 Canadian Armoured Brigade
Infantry Divisions
2 Canadian Division, 3 Canadian Division

V Corps
Major General Leonard T. Gerow
VII Corps
Major General J. Lawton Collins

XV Corps (from 2 August)
Major General Wade H. Haislip
XIX Corps (from 12 June)
Major General Charles H. Corlett
XX Corps (from 2 August)
Major General Walton H. Walker

Armoured Divisions
2 Armoured Division (’Hell on Wheels’),
3 Armoured Division, 4 Armoured Division,
5 Armoured Division, 6 Armoured Division,
7 Armoured Division, 2 French Armoured Division
Infantry Divisions
1 Division (’Big Red One’), 2 Division, 4 Division,
5 Division, 8 Division, 9 Division, 28 Division,
29 Division, 35 Division, 79 Division, 80 Division,
82 Airborne Division (‘All American’), 83 Division,
90 Division, 101 Airborne Division (‘Screaming
Eagles’)

ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY AIR FORCE
Air Chief Marshal Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory
RAF 2nd Tactical Air Force
Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham
73 Fighter Squadrons, 20 Medium Bomber Squadrons
7 Army Co-operation Squardons (Approx. 1,220 aircraft)
US 9th Air Force
Lieutenant General Lewis H. Brereton (to 7 August)
Major General Joyt S. Vanderberg
65 Fighter Squadrons, 44 Medium Bomber Squadrons
(Approximately 2,000 aircraft)
Air Defence of Great Britain
Air Marshal Sir Roderick M. Hill
41 Fighter Squadrons (Approximately 500 aircraft)

Artillery

Airfield
Coastal defence battery
Regiment

Oberkommando Der Wehrmacht (OKW)
Adolf Hitler
Generafeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel
Generaloberst Albert Jodl

OBERBEFELSHABER WEST (OB WEST)
Generalfeldmarschall Gerd von Rundstadt (to 2 July)
Generalfeldmarschall Günther von Kluge (to 18 August)
Generalfeldmarschall Walther Model
Army Group B
Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel (to 17 July)
Generalfeldmarschall Günther von Kluge (to 18 August)
Generalfeldmarschall Walther Model

General Symbols
Airborne dropping zone

Town

River

Army movement

Village

Canal

Road

Bridge

Railways

Sandy beach

Radar station

I

German Order of Battle
Commander in Chief:
Chief of Staff:
Chief of Operations Staff:

General Military symbols

II

Corps

Mortree

Rocks

Brigade

Army

Motorized infantry

US 8th Air Force
Lieutenant General James H. Doolittle
160 Heavy Bomber Squadrons, 45 Fighter
Squadrons (Approximately 2,400 aircraft)

Division
X

XXX

RAF Bomber Command
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur T. Harris
73 Heavy Bomber Squadrons, 15 Light
Bomber Squadrons (Approx. 1,400 aircraft)

XX

Army group

Parachute
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Airborne

Infantry Divisions
3 Divisions, 6 Airborne Division, 15 Scottish
Division, 43 Wessex Division, 49 West Riding
Division, 50 Northumberland Division, 53
Welsh Division, 59 Staffordshire Division

Unit Strengths

Military Units

Key to Map

US

Independent Armoured Brigades
4 Armoured Brigade, 8 Armoured Brigade,
27 Armoured Brigade, 33 Armoured Brigade,
6 Guards Tank Brigade, 31 Tank Brigade,
34 Tank Brigade

Nonant-le-Pin

Juvigny-le-Tertre

Sélu
ne

6 JUNE – 19 AUGUST 1944

e

Briouze

Reffuveille

Operation Overlord
and the Normandy Campaign

n
Or

Baie du Mont
Saint Michel

Pontorson

Argentan

Lüttich 7–8 August

Avranche

10 miles

German retreat
Battalion

7th Army
Generaloberst Friedrich Dollman (to 28 June)
Oberstgruppenführer Paul Hausser (to 20 August)
General der Panzertruppen Heinrich Eberbach (temporary to 30 August)
Panzer Group West (to 5 August)
5th Panzer Army
General der Panzertruppen Leo Freiherr Geyr
von Schweppenburg (to 6 July)
General de Panzertruppen Heinrich Ederbach
(to 9 August)
Oberstgruppenführer Joseph ‘Sepp’ Dietrich
I SS Panzer Corps
Oberstgruppenführer Joseph ‘Sepp’ Dietrich
(to 9 August)
Oberstgruppenführer Hermann Priess

Site of heavy bombing

II SS Panzer Corps
Oberstgruppenführer Paul Hausser (to 28 July)
Oberstgruppenführer Wilhelm Bittrich
XLVII Panzer Corps
General der Panzertruppen Hans Freiherr von Funck
LVIII Parachute Corps
General der Falschirmtruppen Walter Kruger
II Parachute Corps
General der Falschirmtruppen Eugen Meindl
XXV Corps
General der Artillerie Wilhelm Fahrmbacher

LXXIV Corps
General der Infanterie Erich Straube

LXXXVI Corps
General der Infanterie Hans von Obsgfelder

LXXXI Corps
General der Panzertruppen Adolf Kuntzen

Armoured Divisions
2 Panzer Division, 9 Panzer Division,
21 Panzer Division, 116 Panzer Division,
‘Panzer Lehr’ Division

LXXXIV Corps
General der Artillerie Erich Marchs
(to 12 June)
General der Artillerie Wilhelm Fahrmbacher
(temporary to 18 June)
Generalleutnant Dietrich von Choltitz
(to 28 July)
Generalleutnant Otto Elfeldt

Waffen-SS Divisions
I SS Panzer Division ‘Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler’,
2 SS Panzer Division ‘Das Reich’, 9 SS Panzer
Division ‘Hohenstauffen’, 10 SS Panzer Division
‘Frundsberg’, 12 SS Panzer Division ‘Hitler Jugend’,
17 SS Panzergrenadier Division ‘Goetz von
Berlinchingen’

Independent Armoured Battalions
101 SS Heavy Tank Battalion, 102 SS Heavy
Tank Battalion, 10 Heavy Tank Battalion (later
renumbered 501–503 Heavy Tank Battalion),
654 Heavy Anti-Tank Battalion, 668 Heavy
anti-Tank Battlaion, 709 Anti-Tank Battalion

Swamp or flooded area
Wood

Independent Artillery Brigades
7 Werfer Brigade, 8 Werfer Brigade, 9 Werfer Brigade

OBERKOMMANDO DER LUFTWAFFE (OKL)
Commander in Chief Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering

Luftwaffe Divisions
2 Parachust Division, 3 Parachute Division, 5 Parachute
Division, 16 Luftwaffe Field Division, 91 Airlanding Division

Luftflotte 3
Generalfeldmarschall Hugo Sperrle
Aircraft

Infantry Divisions
77 Division, 84 Division, 85 Division,
89 Division, 243 Static Division, 265 Static
266 Static Division, 271 Division, 272 Division,
275 Division, 276 Division, 277 Division, 326
Static Division, 331 Division, 343 Static Division,
344 Static Division, 346 Static Division, 352
Division, 353 Division, 363 Division, 708 Static
Division, 711 Static Division, 716 Static Division

Day fighters
Night fighters
Bombers
Transport
TOTAL

315
90
402
64
891

III Flak Corps
About 120 to 160 88mm dual-purpose guns and
300 lighter Flak guns

Available
(30 May)
220
46
200
31
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