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it's been nearly seventy five years sixty day when a hundred and fifty thousand allied troops landed in Normandy I pushed German forces from France despite being only twelve years old at the time the sounds and smells of war at the edge of the folk once more I came across a corpse on August first the day of liberation I saw the body of a dead German who died in the night he had just died in his chest was split open drug got the Astrodome okay to short out I remember seeing the dead soldier on the road and two time columns results again driving over the corpse it was quite something the noise it made a dreadful noise at three zero , it was the largest seaborne invasion in history through visiting local schools for complex to keep the memory of it alive essentially out sketch provides a searing reminder one thousand British and two hundred and thirty two German graves that buried side by side not far from where they sell seventy five years ago