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almighty god , our sons pride of our nation , this day have set upon a mighty endeavor a pride that U. S. president Theodore Roosevelt read to his country ahead of the D. day landings in nineteen forty four read by US president Donald Trump to world leaders in person Wednesday , senior figures from sixteen countries gathered in the south of England to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of landings that helped bring an end to World War two , it was from here in Portsmouth in the early hours of June sixth nineteen forty four the one hundred and fifty thousand allied troops sets off to begin the F. C. underline the tack on Normandy it ultimately led to the liberation of western Europe from the **** regime many of them would never return , and I have read heroism courage and sacrifice of those who lost their lives will never be forgotten , it is with humility and pleasure on behalf of the entire country , James Sinclair during the commemoration a number of world leaders read out less as written by soldiers during the invasion