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June 04, 2014
British World War Two Commando Jim Daw of Winster, Derbyshire, speaks with Arlette Gondree (L), owner...
Benouville, France
British World War Two veteran Jim Daw of Winster, Derbyshire, speaks with Arlette Gondree, owner of the...
British World War Two Commando Jim Daw of Winster, Derbyshire, speaks with Arlette Gondree (L), owner of the Pegasus bridge cafe in Benouville, June 4, 2014. Gondree was four years old when the cafe, owned by her parents, was liberated by British glider-borne troops after midnight on June 6, 1944. Some 3,000 veterans are among those attending ceremonies across the Normandy coastline where Allied forces landed in the largest seaborne invasion in history seventy years ago to help speed up the defeat of Nazi Germany in the Second World War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
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