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On D-Day, what was the greatest obstacle the Allies faced?

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The greatest obstacle the Allies faced on D-Day was avoiding the machine-gun fire on the beach from the German bunkers atop the cliffs, as well as having to climb the cliffs while taking fire. Soldiers had little to no cover trying to reach the cliff tops.

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