A special feature package on the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Second World War’s invasion of Normandy.
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By Every Means Possible

Despite receiving less recognition than the army, Canada's navy and air force were crucial to the success of the D-Day invasion. Read more

D-Day Memories

First-hand accounts from those who were there. Read more

Preserving the Past

Juno Beach Centre commemorates D-Day legacy. Read more

D-Day: Terror at 2,000 Feet

Pilot’s memoir offers riveting details of having to bail out over Normandy. Originally published in June 2014. Read more

Eyes in the Sky

How aerial photography helped secure victory for the Allies. Read more

Explaining D-Day

Canadian War Museum historian John Maker answers questions about the invasion that liberated Europe during the Second World War. Originally published in June 2014. Read more

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