D-Day 80th anniversary is powerful reminder that freedom requires eternal vigilance

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On a solemn day in late November 1943, a somewhat unlikely coalition of three men sat across a lunch table at a meeting site in Tehran and finalized an agreement. U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin made a deal that would change the course of the war, which was going badly. The plan set in motion in Tehran was for a large-scale operation called Overlord, which would take place the following spring. It would be the Allies’ first major confrontation with the Germans in Western Europe, a high-risk venture necessary if there was to be any hope of defeating Hitler.

FDR believed that the

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