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Where was the planning of d-day at? I mean where were the Americans, Canadians, and British meeting, to discuss the plannings of d-day?

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. There was a great deal of planning and the first planned date was changed because of bad weather. Here is a good place to begin:

http://worldwar2database.com/html/planning.htm

I appreciate the help, but i read that article and couldn't find the answer to my question, could you please give me a list of meeting places, that's all i need, thank you so much!

There was not just one meeting. These ideas came together over a long period of time and from many different people. Reread the article.

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