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D-Day survivors share their memories of the WWII Normandy landings (Part 1)


June 6, 1944: The D-Day invasion, when U.S. forces and Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy during World War II, was the largest amphibious assault in military history. NBC News’ Kerry Sanders explains how news of the invasion – a turning point in the war – and its heavy toll traveled around the world at the time. He speaks to survivors of that fateful day as they return decades later to France.

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