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#HeadlineNews: Honoring D-Day 70th Anniversary
by SharmonJarmon!,posted Jun 6 2014 6:57AM
As viewed on USA Today
Seventy years after more than 150,000 allies stormed the beaches at Normandy, President Obama
on Friday honored the D-Day veterans who "gave so much for the survival of liberty at its maximum
peril" during World War II.
America's claim to liberty "is written in the blood on these beaches," Obama told an audience of world
leaders and decorated old soldiers. "It will endure for centuries."
Obama told the story of D-Day at the cemetery above Omaha Beach – "this sacred place of rest
for 9,387 Americans" – and said it should be "seared into the memory" of history.