D-Day 80 Years On

The D Day Beaches

The price of freedom “Two kinds of people are staying on this beach: the dead and those who are going to die. Let's get the hell out of here!”—Colonel George Taylor, 16th Infantry Regiment On June 6th, 1944, American, British, and Canadian forces landed on the beaches...

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D is for Deception & Disguise

The tangled web of lies that fooled Hitler The story of D Day is a story of selfless bravery, brilliant planning, and superb logistics—but also the story of a complex set of tricks and fakes which confused the enemy and contributed greatly to the successful invasion....

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D-Day 80 Years On

Men of the 2nd Ranger Battalion on the heights of Pointe Du Hoc on the afternoon of D DayParatroopers of the British 6th Airborne Division before takeoff on the night before D DayThe Boys of Pointe Du Hoc & The Ox & Bucks at the Pegasus Bridge At each end of...

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