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Today; June 6th--Never forget: D-Day's enormous cost on beaches of Normandy

D-DAY 75 ANNIVERSARY

D-Day hour-by-hour: Fascinating colour photographs show how Normandy landings unfolded 75

Using pictures and testimony from the Imperial War Museum archives, D-Day and Normandy: A Visual History shows how Operation Overlord unfolded on June 6, 1944. The shots, published chronologically for the first time ever, have brought to life one of the key turning points of the Second World War. Fascinating snaps show Winston Churchill visiting the battlefield in Normandy (top left), troops pouring on to the beaches after landing during the biggest military operation in history (right), and members of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) packing parachutes for airborne troops (bottom left). Details about the day were cobbled together using official war photographers' notes, often hastily scribbled in the midst of battle.

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