Former SAS soldier Andy McNab is among those who have paid tribute to the allied "heroes" of the D-Day landings in Normandy.
Heroes of the liberation of Europe have attended a ceremony in Normandy to remember the sacrifices of their fellow World War II servicemen.Read the full story ›
The paintings, which are part of an exhibit called 'The Last Of The Tide', will be displayed on the 71st anniversary of the D-Day landings.Read the full story ›
About 150 British ex-servicemen have crossed the English Channel to commemorate the military invasion which changed the course of history.Read the full story ›
Medals won by the late Bernard Jordan, who made headlines when he sneaked to Normandy for the commemorations, will be auctioned for charity.Read the full story ›
The D-Day veteran who caused a furore by sneaking from his care home to Normandy to attend the commemorations has died aged 90.Read the full story ›
The D-Day veteran who caused a furore by sneaking off from his care home to Normandy last week explains why he made the "secretive" journey.Read the full story ›
Dixie Dean opened the door to a man who said he had come to check the water supply.Read the full story ›
The 92-year-old war veteran who had his medals stolen on the 70th anniversary of D-Day has told ITV News they are irreplaceable. A man duped his way into Dixie Dean's house on Friday as the world watched the events to mark the anniversary of the historic landings.
Today his regiment the Grenadier Guards said they would replace the medals for him. But Dixie Dean was adamant only getting his own medals back would be good enough.
The stolen medals include two from the First World War which were awarded to the veteran's father, with his own medals for service in Africa, Italy, Palestine and for his work with the fire service.