U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at the American cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer during D-Day celebrations to mark the 65th anniversary of the June 6, 1944 allied landings in Normandy (SAUL LOEB)
Men wearing Second World War uniforms walk on the beach of Arromanches-les-Bains on Saturday during commemorations to mark the 65th anniversary of D-Day on the beaches of Normandy. (JOEL SAGET)
British Royal Navy veteran, Harry Buckley, 84, leaves a remembrance cross on the beach of Colleville-Montgomery where he landed during the 1944 allied operations in France. (MYCHELE DANIAU)
British school children help to place 4000 Union Jack flags bearing messages on Gold Beach, the location where British forces landed on 6th June 1944. (Peter Macdiarmid/2009 Getty Images)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper presents medals at the 65th anniversary of the allied landings at the US war cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer on Saturday. (MAL Langsdon)
Petty Officer 2nd Class Ben Van Slyke of Halifax plays the Last Post during a D-Day remembrance ceremony at the Canadian war cemetery in Beny-sur-Mer. (CHRIS HELGREN)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper walks through the Canadian War Cemetery with D-Day veteran Phil LeBreton, 87, of Montreal and youth delegate Christopher Bernard, 17, of Gatineau, Quebec, in Beny-sur-mer in France on Saturday as he visits Normandy to take part ceremonies marking the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings and the Battle of Normandy. (Sean Kilpatrick)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with D-Day veteran Sam Garnet, 85, of Montreal on Juno Beach following the 65th D-Day ceremony in Courseulles-sur-mer, France. (Sean Kilpatrick)
U.S. and French flags are displayed on the graves of the American Cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer, near Caen, Western France. (FRANCOIS MORI)
Second World War veteran Windsor MacDonald, 84, of the North Shore New Brunswich Regiment takes a moment at his brother Alwyn MacDonald's grave following a Commemorative ceremony at the Canadian War Cemetery Beny-sur-Mer in France. (Sean Kilpatrick)
A sculpture titled "Scaling The Wall" depicting United States soldiers scaling the Atlantic wall is on display at the National D-Day Memorial Saturday in Bedford, VA. (Mark Wilson/2009 Getty Images)
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