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on the sixth of June nineteen forty four Leon go tell landed on the shores of Normandy under a storm of enemy fire to take back his homeland from **** forces it requires a five day was shooting straight talk to us from the bunker the deal was jump out as fast as he could and go towards the bunker the closer you get the narrow the shooting field is city , it was D. day more than a hundred and fifty thousand allied troops invaded phone so long eighty kilometers of Normandy coast to liberated from the German occupiers of the second World War , it was and remains the biggest seaborne invasion in history are murderous plans of Normandy and a gram of watery hell but these men want really invade as they were coming home approval for new of most of us those I spoke to were happy to see fronts and tell yourself you're going back home it's our home with going back to we were very motivated , Liam was just seventeen years old when he joined the navy now at ninety six he's one of a dwindling number of D. day veterans still hate to mark the anniversary of a day in a war that still haunts him here to drag gossip definitive hops I killed the young lad perhaps I often children perhaps I we did a woman %HESITATION made a mother cry I don't know and that I don't want to do that I'm not so bad man , do you see what I mean , in this wall that rule widows mothers children who cry and unfortunately you kill a man who's done nothing to you , commemorations will be held in the coming days and weeks on the shoals that guy tearing his calm rates helped liberate paving the way for the allied victory on the western front