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D-Day veterans look forward to Channel crossing


AP
Rear
Royal Navy
Allied
The Swing-Time Sweethearts
the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force


John Roberts
Theresa May
Donald Trump
Annie Riley


Channel
British
German
Germans


the Sea Cadets
The White Cliffs


Portsmouth Harbor


DOVER
England
Dover
Normandy
Dunkirk
Poole
Portsmouth
U.S.
Germany


World War II

Positivity     45.00%   
   Negativity   55.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://apnews.com/8c7c51f7bc9b42f6b97c019a038641be
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Summary

DOVER, England (AP) — It took but a few moments for retired Rear Adm. John Roberts to get back into the swing of military life as he arrived Sunday at the English Channel port of Dover to board a ship bound for Normandy and events marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day.His white beret in place, medals glittering on his chest, he stepped from a bus to find an honor guard and immediately began inspecting the Sea Cadets, one by one.

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