D-Day Remembered… (6/6/44)

-Posted by D.C. Worth, for Barbay (France & US)

We remember the brave and gallant Allied troops from America, Britain, and Canada, who secured peace in Europe and the rest of the world... Arriving en mass on the French coastline of 6:30 AM...
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215,000 Allied soldiers, and roughly as many Germans, were killed or wounded during D-Day and the ensuing nearly three months it took to secure the capture of Normandy...

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Normandy ceremonies mark 66th anniversary of D-Day:
COLVILLE-SUR-MER, France — Veterans and those grateful for their sacrifices have marked the 66th anniversary of the D-Day landings, remembering the invasion that turned the tide of World War II...

U.S. veteran William Duane Bush, wearing a military jacket, raised the American flag at the Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, which overlooks Omaha Beach. It was the first time 93-year-old Bush of Lincoln, Nebraska had returned to Europe since the war's end. Read.

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