Title: A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day
The role of African American soldiers during the World War II Allied invasion of Normandy.
Production Company: History Channel
Release Date: 24 Feb 2007
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A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day is a tv docudrama plan whatsoever was delivered for first History Channel by flying 33 Productions in 2007. Executive Producers remained Douglas Cohen (flying 33), Louis Tarantino (flying 33) and Dolores Gavin (first History Channel). first plan was written by Douglas Cohen and delivered by Samuel K. Dolan. A one-hour extraordinary, A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-Day said the tale of African American troops in World War II, who came on land in France after the 1944 Invasion of Normandy. Among the enquirers remained seasoned after Barrage Balloon Battalions, Quartermaster and Transportation Companies, and Engineers, as good as Coast Guard seasoned, John Roberts, after USS LCI(L)-93, who squandered a peg after the landing place at Omaha Beach. Author/Historian Yvonne Latty was likewise contacted for the plan.