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Share your D-Day 80th anniversary photos

Share your photos with Stars and Stripes at the 80th anniversary of D-Day celebrations in Normandy.

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Video: D-Day with Stars and Stripes

This video highlights the role Stars and Stripes reporters played while embedded in troop detachments during the D-Day assault.

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Hobart’s Funnies

Hobart’s Funnies were the specialized tanks of D-Day that changed the future of amphibious warfare.

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The legendary Willie and Joe

In 1943, the first publication of Sgt. William “Bill” Mauldin’s cartoon “Up Front” was published.

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Invasion stripes at Normandy

Secretive painting of Allied Forces aircraft helped distinguish friend from foe during the Normandy invasion.

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The daring dogs of D-Day

The Parachuting Dogs of World War II served in combat on D-Day sniffing out the enemy and finding mines.

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A dog’s trip to Normandy

Kleeber the dog shares his Normandy adventure with us. Spoiler: croissants and D-Day beaches are his favorites.

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Scouts hold Normandy Camporee

1400+ Scouts come together Normandy to recognize great achievements and honor D-Day heroes.

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Veteran Voices: Jim Parks on D-Day 

Jim Parks stormed Juno beach with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles at 19-years-old. Read about his interview on Filmperia.

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Airlines Honoring D-Day Veterans

In honor of the 80th anniversary of D-Day, two American airlines will host World War II Veterans on trips to Normandy, France.

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Video: Keebler in Normandy

Our March pet of the month, Keebler, visited Normandy with his family at the end of the month.

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WWII Diary, “A Soldier’s Song”

Commemorate the 80th Anniversary of D-Day with your next WWII read, “A Soldier’s Song” by Jason Grom

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Preface to the Normandy Landings on D-Day

To understand D-Day, it’s important to understand the events leading up to the invasion of Normandy.

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Daks will be back in Normandy for the 80th

Airplane demos and re-created flights are some of the highlights of the 80th anniversary of D-Day this year in Normandy.

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