D-Day veterans delight as fallen comrades finally get proper memorial



On the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, the remaining survivors of the invasion will finally have a fitting memorial at which to pay tribute to their fallen comrades.

Theresa May unveiled on Sunday £20 million funding for a national monument to commemorate those who died during and immediately after D-Day.

It will be built close to one of the beaches in Normandy where the Allied forces gained a foothold in June 1944 from which to defeat the Nazis.

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