From the archives: The State's D-Day front of June 7, 1944

June 5, 2013 

The State Newspaper's front page on June 7, 1944, reporting on the events of the previous day, known as D-Day.

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On June 6, 1944, Allied forces invaded Normandy at Omaha Beach to begin to retake France from the Germans. Here is The State's coverage the next day.

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From the archive: The State's front page on June 7, 1944


Infographic: D-Day

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