D-day


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AcronymDefinition
D-dayunnamed day on which operations commence or are scheduled to commence (US DoD)
D-dayDay of Days (Band of Brothers)
D-dayDisembarkation Day
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D-Day veteran Cedric Wasser appeared in the video alongside the Juniors which gave them the opportunity to thank him personally for their freedom.
SIX.SIX.FORTYFOUR has been created as part of the Arboretum;s programme of activities to celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day and is on display until September 1 this year.
The day included a D-Day special exhibit, oral history presentation, World War II stories and presentations, a World War II encampment, and a poster display.
The convocation above Omaha Beach also allowed reflection on the qualities of leadership that made possible D-Day and the eventual triumph over Nazi Germany.
We must do everything to preserve peace, safeguarding the values of internationalism and shared endeavour that marked D-Day. These values should always lie at the heart of our minds as we strive to build a better world.
Jim was wounded but fought bravely earning both the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star for his D-Day efforts.
Early yesterday morning, Mrs May and Mr Macron paid their respects at Ver-Sur-Mer, at the inauguration of the British Normandy Memorial, overlooking Gold Beach, where many of the troops arrived on D-Day.
The only man who won a Victoria Cross on D-Day, Company Sergeant Major Stanley Hollis, spent much of his life in Loftus and Liverton Mines in East Cleveland.
The D-Day bride will be on display at the Yarn Fest event at the Doubletree by Hilton Treetops Hotel in Aberdeen this weekend before returning to Peterhead.
MANY of these pictures are featured in D-Day: Before and After, published by The History Press, available now on Amazon and at all good bookshops.
Earlier, some 280 British and French paratroopers re-enacted the D-Day airdrops near the Norman town of Sannerville in honor of the airborne assaults 75 years ago.
The Queen meets Navy veteran Thomas Cuthbert, 93, at the D-Day event