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Despite this passage of time and extensive writings on the landings in France, officers and historians are still intensely interested in D-Day and the Normandy campaign.

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Busting the Bocage: American Combined Arms Operations in France: 6 June-31 July 1944

The British designation for the modifications was Prongs. In the summer of , during the Battle of Normandy , Allied forces — particularly the Americans — had become bogged down fighting the Germans in the Normandy bocage. This landscape of thick banked rock walls covered with hedges proved difficult for tanks to breach. In an effort to restore battlefield mobility, various devices were invented to allow tanks to navigate the terrain.

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