To honor those who gave their lives on the beaches of Normandy are honored with memorials and cemeteries spread out across the different beaches in Normandy, like this one on "Omaha" Beach. After D-Day and the liberation of France the War in Europe was as good as over and the Allied powers would fix there eyes on finishing the war in the Pacific as well.
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