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D-Day: The Allied invasion of Normandy
More than 150,000 Allied soldiers stormed the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, bursting through German coastal defenses to open the way to the liberation of western Europe from the Nazi regime.
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Crossed rifles in the sand are a comrade's tribute to this American soldier who died at the barricades....
Washington, United States of America
FILE PHOTO FROM WORLD WAR II.
Crossed rifles in the sand are a comrade's tribute to this American soldier who died at the barricades. REUTERS/U.S. Coast Guard
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A monument to a dead American soldier on the shell-blasted shore of Normandy, June 1944. REUTERS/U.S....
Washington, United States of America
FILE PHOTO FROM WORLD WAR II.
A monument to a dead American soldier on the shell-blasted shore of Normandy, June 1944. REUTERS/U.S. Coast Guard
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