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Guest column: D-Day was turning point of World War II

5:01 PM, Jun. 7, 2013
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Thursday, June 6, marked the 69th anniversary of Operation Overlord, better known as the "D-Day" invasion. It was the largest amphibious assault in history, taking place on the shores of Normandy, France, in 1944, during some of the darkest hours of World War II.

American and British troops crossed the English Channel from southern England to the shores of Normandy. The objective to secure Normandy was accomplished through additional land and naval support of other Allied nations. This critical spearhead invasion is today recognized as the turning point towards the Allied victory in ...

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