Hello, I had a discussion today about Belgians in D-Day which evolved from a discussion about Poles in D-Day. So the problem we ran into is, that the other person presented me with a wikipedia article (Here), which states that the Belgian Infantry Brigade fought in D-Day, I was quick to discredit this as a pure result of the Wikipedia page on D-Day (Here) not mentioning Belgians as belligerents, as well as other sources I read about other allied troops besides American, Canadian, British in D-Day not mentioning them neither. Another problem arose, the page on Belgian Infantry Brigade (Here), states that Belgians weren't present in the Normandy Landings, as they were supposed to be reserved for the Liberation of Belgium, due to being unable to replace casualties sufficiently. Apparently also the page on Belgians in D-Day states that their source is "Baete, Hubert, ed. (1994). Belgian Forces in United Kingdom. Ostend: Defence. pp. 31–7.". Now, I believe the writer of the Wikipedia section might've mistaken the Battle of Normandy (Operation Overlord) for D-Day. Now of course, I won't buy the book just to answer the question. Other source saying Belgians didn't participate in D-Day (Here). The person arguing that Belgium partook in D-Day also showed other sources, like a simple google search of who partook in D-Day showing Belgium as a belligerent. TBH I believe Belgians definitely fought in D-Day, but most being American-Belgians, and maybe very few Belgians who got into other allied armies. Can anyone make their partition clearer?