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D-Day confidential: How four Canadian soldiers made it through their longest day
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation
Jun 6, 2019
Today marks 75 years since soldiers — including 14,000 Canadians — stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. They included a Nova Scotia fisherman, a Quebec labourer, an Ottawa civil servant, and an Alberta farmer. Read their eyewitness accounts in this article from The Globe and Mail , and watch a short video from Jim Parks of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles — who was among those storming Juno Beach.