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D-Day veterans honoured 70 years after Normandy landings

Heroes of the liberation of Europe were joined by world leaders as tens of thousands of people remembered the courage and sacrifices of servicemen on the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

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D-Day veteran: 'The world would be a different place'

A D-Day veteran spoke to Good Morning Britain about the "apprehension" he felt in the run-up to the pivotal assault that helped turn the tide of World War Two.

Former Marine Ray Teale said it was important to remember D-Day because "the world would be a different place, where we're concerned, if we hadn't done what we did".

"We had to stand up against that evil that was happening in the continent, in Germany. If we hadn't, there was nobody else to do it for us," he added.

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