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World War II’s D-Day: Photos reveal world’s largest amphibious invasion

Eighty years ago, the Normandy landings (also known as Operation Neptune) were the largest invasion in history. Some 156,000 Allied troops stormed Normandy, France, by sea and air, liberating Western Europe from Nazi Germany. The Normandy landings took place on June 6, 1944, almost a year before Germany’s unconditional surrender in World War II.

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