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The world remembers the allied forces' landing in Normandy on June 6, 1944, during World War II.
Cpl. Jack Schlegel, who parachuted into Normandy at 19 and once had a drink with Gen. George Patton, has died at the age of 90.
Descendants of Comanche Indian soldiers gathered to pray on Utah Beach on Monday in Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, France.
Nearly one thousand paratroopers drop from the sky over Normandy on Sunday.
Legendary newsman Tom Brokaw lends his voice to pay tribute to those who fought and died for freedom 70 years ago. The new large format film is showing in over 30 IMAX theaters in North America and internationally. NBC News' Rob Kaplan reports.
American and French paratroopers made a special jump to celebrate the mission to save France from Germany’s clutches 70 years ago.
But for Francoise Piloy, the anniversary of D-Day inspires a mix of pride and pain at her role in history: a generation born to GI's who simply disappeared.
France thanked the U.S. on the 70th anniversary of D-Day by dropping 1 million rose petals on the Statue of Liberty.
NBC News’ Tom Brokaw on the veterans who returned to Normandy to take part in the D-Day ceremonies honoring.
Thomas Macdonnell, a sharpshooter who was part of the initial assault on Omaha Beach, spoke with Brian Williams during his trip back to Normandy.
See rare pictures from Normandy taken by a U.S. Army technician who carried a Kodak camera onto the battlefield.
World War II veteran Thomas Macdonnell was part of the initial assault force on Omaha Beach, and has traveled back to Normandy 70 years later.
The grandchildren of D-Day leaders discuss the stress of their grandparents.
World leaders join veterans in remembering the momentous events that took place on D-Day.
In 1984, on the 40th anniversary of D-Day, Tom Brokaw met with World War II vet Leonard Lomell to discuss what some had called a "suicide mission."
Some 3,000 veterans are among those attending ceremonies in northern France to mark the anniversary of the June 6, 1944 invasion.
On the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Tom Blakey, now 93, told NBC’s Tom Brokaw: “I had five bullets that could’ve killed me, any of ’em.”
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Brian Williams discusses why it’s important to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
Flags flew at half staff on Omaha Beach, which U.S. troops had the responsibility of assaulting on D-Day.
Veterans are traveling to Utah Beach, knowing this anniversary could be their last.
Seventy years ago, a group of young men climbed an aircraft called the Whiskey 7, on a flight into history.
On D-Day, President Roosevelt delivered an address to the nation. Listen to this edition from the "DuPont Show of the Week," 1962.
During World War II, a note added to the familiar NBC three-chime signal rang out during major news events, including D-Day.
93-year-old U.S World War II veteran Jim Martin of the 101st Airborne completes a tandem parachute jump onto Utah Beach in western France to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day.
In honor of this historic 70th anniversary, share your tributes to loved ones who heroically fought on June 6, 1944.
NBC News’ Brian Williams shares thoughts on the 70th anniversary of D-Day from Omaha Beach.
Veterans who fought on D-Day returned to Omaha Beach and other key sites of World War II with students from College of the Ozarks.
Marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day, car enthusiasts traveled all across Europe to the beaches of Normandy to show off their prized possessions.
Brian Williams will anchor special coverage of the 70th anniversary of D-Day, beginning on Thursday.
C-47 pilot Bud Rice shares his memories of the D-Day invasion. He recalls the training, test runs and heavy fog that accompanied the mission.
On the 70th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, NBC News looks back at footage from "The DuPont Show of the Week: D-Day" first aired in 1962.
A photographer visited the sites where pictures were taken during the 1944 D-Day invasion to capture them as they appear today.
Millions of Americans tour the sites of D-Day, launched 70 years ago today. The vast majority were not yet born. Somber reasons entice them to come.
Word War II vets reunite in the British port where the Normandy invasion was planned. ITN’s Neil Connery reports.
Historic footage shows the invasion by air, land and sea, and the voice of Allied Supreme Commander, U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, speaking to the people of France.
A documentary titled "D-Day's Sunken Secrets" explores the underwater wreckage left behind by the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II.