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and that's the whole purpose is to look at the under drawings ought to look at them rush marks on to look at the changes in the mop that have a card during the planning and post %HESITATION D. day landings , on the sixth of June nineteen forty full some hundred and fifty thousand troops stormed the Normandy coast to take back okay pipe fronts from **** forces not all of the great private bills operation was on the way it was the biggest seaborne invasion in history and pave the way for the liberation of western Europe from Hitler's regime , though this is the second World War map of that day the lines and pains when I actually put until forty days later so the sun to see using high resolution infrared cameras to look AT helpline for the allies Normandy invasion changed and how they can preserve this piece of history in the future what we discovered by looking at patterns which we can see in the infrared and an individual way friends of mine and %HESITATION say damage to the map itself we can make inferences and we can start to draw conclusions about exactly where the post collected we got to add boats made with concentrated to avoid going through mine fields %HESITATION and webos %HESITATION was sent to go to the different beaches %HESITATION on the Normandy coast the team will publish preliminary findings later this year , I hate to reveal new clues about the allied forces strategy for the beginning of the end of the second World War