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  • anna dresser

    I am a huge history buff and WWII is no exception. I've read pretty much everything there is on the storming of Normandy. Makes me tres proud that Canada played such an important role at Juno. The liberation of Europe from Nazi Germany came at a bloody price though.

  • David Payne

    The opening of the second front was an example of successful military cooperation among the Allies. The invasion of France started on 6 June 1944. To prevent the transfer of German forces from the Eastern to the Western front, the Soviets also launched a major offensive at about the same time (Operation “Bagration”). Photo: Allies landing on a Normandy beach. June 6, 1944:

  • Irene Coronado

    Dday June 6, 1944 a day America or the world will never forget

  • Mike Moore

    D Day invasion- Normandy Beach, France

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