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    D-Day survivors share their memories of the WWII Normandy landings (Part 2)

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The invasion of Normandy worked not only to liberate France, but it eventually freed Europe and led to the defeat of Hitler’s Nazi Germany nearly a year later. NBC News’ Kerry Sanders speaks to D-Day survivors about what we owe them now. Their responses are full of humility: they’re no heroes, they say, but did a job that needed to be done. The survivors want us to understand the cost of that day and remember those who died.