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70 Years Later

June 6, 2014

Dr. Joseph Isenhower, 89, remembers being stationed in Normandy in World War II, minutes from a near desolate St. Lo. The city had been destroyed by the D-Day bombing - just 40 days before Isenhower's ship made it to shore. From their camp, he could see a Catholic Church filled with school children.

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