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Landing on D-Day - Survivors Recall the Battle

The anniversary of D-Day 6/6.
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The anniversary of D-Day 6/6. Understand more about the events of that day from an entirely different perspective - African-American veterans telling of their experiences during and after the invasion on Normandy Beach June 6, 1944. This video clip [2:11] from History Channel's "A Distant Shore: African Americans of D-day" highlights how the soldiers were amazed they were able to accomplish their mission despite the formidable German defenses.

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