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Remembering D-Day: June's story

Like many young women in the Second World War, June was employed as a driver. And a month after the D-Day landings in June 1944, aged 19, she found herself on the way to France.

Based at a camp in Bayeux, June drove senior officers to various camps, often travelling 300 miles a day.

“I don’t think we ever really considered or realised what a contribution we were making”

D-Day veteran June Denby

D-Day 75

To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, June was one of hundreds of D-Day veterans who we took back to Normandy.

D-Day 75

D-Day 75

To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, June was one of hundreds of D-Day veterans who we took back to Normandy.

D-Day 75

Voyage of Remembrance

Travelling on a specially chartered ship, they returned to the beaches they landed on 75 years ago to remember their comrades who never came home.

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See some of our favourite moments from D-Day 75 on Facebook.

D-Day 75 on Facebook

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