Fireworks of Freedom 

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It's easy for events like D-Day to fade into soft focus, losing their hard, defining edges. American independence has become a simple tale of Gen. Washington outbraving the British, while D-Day is often reduced to Gen. Eisenhower's genius plan. To take…

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