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World War II / D-Day / Normandy / The Invasion #154656

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 06, 1994
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(Normandy: Peter Jennings) The recollections of D-Day veteran Michael Lockman about the Normandy invasion at Omaha Beach quoted.

(Normandy: Jim Wooten) The Normandy invasion featured; wartime film shown of airborne troops, the fleet of 5,000 ships, bomber planes, the German defense and the allied troops going ashore. [Then, voice of former BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) correspondent Frank GILLARD, voice of President Franklin D. ROOSEVELT, voice of former BBC correspondent Richard DIMBLEBY - comment.] [US Army retired Pvt. Bob SHIPMAN, former Signal Corps cameraman Walter ROSENBLUM - describe what happened on Omaha Beach.] [1944, voice of General Dwight EISENHOWER - calls for victory.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim
Duration:
00:05:50

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