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Pictures: Sun Dawns on Omaha Beach as World Marks 75 Years Since D-Day

OMAHA BEACH, France (AP) — The five beaches are silent at dawn but forever haunted. As the sun rose Thursday over the Normandy coastline where thousands of men bled and died 75 years ago, a fast-diminishing number of World War II veterans remembered D-Day and hoped the world never forgets the sacrifices made to dismantle Nazi tyranny.

World War II reenactors stand looking out to sea on Omaha Beach, in Normandy, France, at dawn on Thursday, June 6, 2019 during commemorations of the 75th anniversary of D-Day. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Flashback: American Soldiers in ‘High Spirits’ Ahead of D-Day Landings

ABOARD AN INVASION SHIP (AP) – This story was first published on June 5, 1944, hours before AP journalist Don Whitehead, who became known by his colleagues as “Beachhead Don” landed on Omaha Beach in Normandy on D-Day with the 1st Infantry Division. The AP is republishing Whitehead’s original report to mark the 75th anniversary of the assault that began the liberation of France and Europe from German occupation, leading to the end of World War II.

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Gen. Jerry Boykin: Americans Must Study and Protect the Constitution

“We have to do now restore the founding principles of this nation … We’ve got to get back to understanding that the Constitution is the bedrock of who we are,” retired Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin told Matthew Boyle on Breitbart News Saturday, as Boyle guest-hosted that show on SiriusXM Patriot channel 125 this weekend.

Collection: Getty Images News UNDATED: In this handout image provided by the U.S. Army, Lieutenant General William G. Boykin is seen in front of a flag. Boykin, the deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence, said that the fight against terrorism as a conflict between Judeo-Christian values and Satan. The Pentagon …