NORMANDY - The 70th anniversary was especially emotional. It was a celebration of the D-Day beach invasion that would break Hitler and save the world from tyranny.
And it included a wrenching reminder of what it cost: 10,000 tombstones in the American cemetery at Omaha Beach.
But the U.S. boys who are now old men broke through, and the focus on Friday was on them. Two-hundred vets came on what may be their last trip to France.
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