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Where can you find a list of all American soldiers who directly participated in the D-Day invasion?

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2009-06-06 23:21:22
2009-06-06 23:21:22

There is none. If you know the unit that the Veteran was a member of on June 6, 1944, you can look them up in the unit history. If you do not know the unit, you are SOL. Today's news stated that approx 3 MILLION troops (and maybe sailors and airmen) participated in D-Day invasion. They also stated that 100,000 troops, including 32,000 paratroopers, landed on Normandy the first day. So that is a lot and of course not all Americans.

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