on June 4th gerneral Dwight Eisenhower had made the decision that the only break in the bad weather on June 6th was to be the invasion set day,
but what if he hadnt made that decision and D-Day hadnt occured till Mid-July
my question for years has been this how would this of effected the war????
edit: due to me not fully understanding Trizzdogs Posts, i've done as he as asked, (i hope i did atleast)
as you can see when Eisenhower made the decision to invade Normandy on June 6th the troops were already sea sick, but others were sick of waiting, so basicly morale was reasonbly high,
but the german troops were still building its defences and their morale was quite high too, but most of their equipment wasnt at the landing area of the Allied Forces,
if the delay had occured then i think this is what would of happened...
Allies: more training for the men, more equipment issued..., more men, more bombing times (more raids on the beach areas)
Germans: more men and machines, more Defences, more training, less time for german tanks to arrive at beach area, and basicly the germans had the advantage
the whole thing cancelled out the whole strategy and resulted in stalemate
the paratroopers wouldnt of drowned in the flooded plains, but the german tanks could of crossed the plains
more mines on the beach, but lots more Allied troops could of over come them it could go on and on
but if there was a delay who would of won in the end