Normandy Landings remembered in Lennoxville
Last Sunday, members of the Army Navy Air Force Unit no. 318 held a special ceremony to commemorate the Normandy Landings of the Second World War. The Normandy Landings, which were code-named Operation Neptune, took place on June 6th, 1944, also known as D-Day. It was the largest seaborne invasion in history, initiating the liberation of western Europe, and 5,500 Canadian men and women died in the operation. The ceremony took place in Lennoxville’s Civic Park.
Local Veterans and residents came out to a special ceremony in Lennoxville, last Sunday, to commemorate the Normandy Landings of the Second World War.