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A number of areas in Twyford Woods were vandalised between Sunday and Monday.
These incredible before and after pictures show the true horror and heroism of a day that changed the world. On June 6, 1944, Allied soldiers descended on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day, in an operation that marked the beginning of the end of a devastating six-year conflict and the eventual victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two.
The Fox News host laughs while filming in the cemetery at Normandy with the graves of WWII heroes behind her.
Two veterans marked the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings by taking part in a parachute jump. 95-year-old Harry Read and 94-year-old John Hutton flew over the English Channel and landed in Normandy, recreating their actions during the beach landings of June 6, 1944.
On the 75th anniversary of the D-day landings, we hear eyewitness’ accounts on what it was like fighting in a battle that paved the way for the liberation of western Europe from the Nazi regime.
It’s been seventy-five years since the D-Day landings, where the allied forces of British, Canadian and American forces beat the Germans in World War II.
Some 10,000 Allied men were killed or wounded on the first day.