The heroism of the Allied Troops who landed at Normandy 74 years ago today literally saved the world. D-Day was the largest seaborne invasion in history and began with 24,000 brave American, British, and Canadian airborne troops landing at midnight on June 5th. The airborne assault was followed on the morning of June 6th by infantry and armored divisions storming the beaches of Normandy, under heavy gunfire from above.
A tribute to the brave men who jumped behind enemy lines on the night of June 5th, 1944. I’m in awe of the incredible bravery of all who sacrificed during the D Day invasion:
Airborne Invasion of Normandy | D-Day Minus One | 1944 | World War 2 Documentary
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