London, UK. 6th June 2019. Imperial War Museum marks 75th anniversary of the D-Day landing on board HMS Belfast. D-Day veterans (Arthur Barnes in chair) from Blind Veterans UK board the HMS Belfast, the ship that led the Allied fleet on D-Day. Credit: Guy Corbishley/Alamy Live News

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London, UK. 6th June 2019. Imperial War Museum marks 75th anniversary of the D-Day landing on board HMS Belfast. D-Day veterans (Arthur Barnes in chair) from Blind Veterans UK board the HMS Belfast, the ship that led the Allied fleet on D-Day. Credit: Guy Corbishley/Alamy Live News
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Imperial War Museum marks 75th anniversary of the D-Day landing on board HMS Belfast. D-Day veterans (Arthur Barnes in chair) from Blind Veterans UK board the HMS Belfast, the ship that led the Allied fleet on D-Day. D-Day was the largest combined naval, air and land operation in the history of warfare. It was part of the wider Operation Overlord, which aimed to invade Normandy and begin to regain German-occupied north-west Europe. London, UK.
Location: HMS Belfast, London Bridge, London, UK
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