On D-plus-85 General Dwight D. Eisenhower drew up an interim report on the Battle of France:
¶ Twenty German infantry divisions and five armored divisions destroyed; twelve infantry and six Panzer divisions "badly cut up"; four more divisions hopelessly isolated in Brittany and the Channel Islands. The 47 dead and battered divisions included some of the Wehrmacht's prized paratroop and tank units.
¶ Enemy dead and wounded200,000; prisoners taken200,000 (and more thousands coming in).
¶ Enemy aircraft destroyed2,378 aloft, 1,167 aground. Enemy tanks destroyed or captured1,300; transport vehicles knocked out20,000; guns...