D-Day 70th anniversary: World leaders pay tribute to veterans

Jun 6, 2014 Full story: CBC News

Jessica Graves Brampton, Ont., is embraced by Queens Own Rifles of Canada Association former president Brian Budden after scattering the ashes of her late grandfather, Canadian sniper William "Boots" Bettridge, on the beach where he landed on D-Day in Bernieres sur Mer, France on Friday.

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War can kill

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jun 8, 2014
QUITTNER on June 8 2014

Toronto, Canada

#2 Jun 8, 2014
RE: D-Day 70th anniversary: World leaders pay tribute to veterans
..... I am reminded of a spoof by Monty Python in which a soldier asks his CO to be released from the army because being in the army could be dangerous forrea him.

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