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May 30, 2000 | From Associated Press
Thousands of veterans, along with friends and relatives of fallen soldiers, watched the unveiling Monday of a portion of the National D-Day Memorial being built in Bedford, which lost two-thirds of its soldiers in the June 1944 invasion. "I think there are a few days in our history that should never be forgotten," Jeannie Schulz told about 4,000 people who endured chilly, intermittent rain to witness the Memorial Day dedication of a portion of the $12-million shrine.
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May 30, 2000 | From Associated Press
Thousands of veterans, along with friends and relatives of fallen soldiers, watched the unveiling Monday of a portion of the National D-Day Memorial being built in Bedford, which lost two-thirds of its soldiers in the June 1944 invasion. "I think there are a few days in our history that should never be forgotten," Jeannie Schulz told about 4,000 people who endured chilly, intermittent rain to witness the Memorial Day dedication of a portion of the $12-million shrine.
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