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D-Day at 75: Remembering the day that turned the tide
Seventy-five years ago tens of thousands of American, British and Canadian troops stormed the German-held beaches of Normandy in the largest seaborne invasion in history. Thousands died, and thousands more were wounded.
Shadow of D-Day stretches throughout modern history
It was a day that defined the world for generations. On June 6, 1944, about 160,000 American, British and Canadian troops stormed five beaches along a 60-mile front in Normandy in the largest seaborne invasion in history. Seventy-five years later, the world still lives in the shadow of D-Day.
D-Day at the movies: rousing, gruesome, solemn and sometimes tragicomic
This is the day that changed the world; They depended on each other — and the world depended on them; In the last great invasion of the last great war, the greatest danger for eight men was saving ... one; The real glory of war is surviving; Swinging’s their game and London will never be the same!

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