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June 6th 1944 Timeline

June 6th, 1944, better known in World War Two as D-Day, saw the start of a massive invasion of occupied Western Europe with landings at five Normandy beaches - codenamed Gold, Juno, Omaha, Utah and Sword. The hour-by-hour lead up to the actual landings was as follows: June 5th 04.00 Dwight Eisenhower gave the go-ahead for the invasion.
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USS Lamson (DD-18)

USS Lamson (DD-18)USS Lamson (DD-18) was a Smith class destroyer that took part in the US occupation of Veracruz in 1916, served at the Azores in 1917 and from Brest from October 1917 until the end of the First World War.The Lamson was named after Roswell Hawkes Lamson, a US Navy commander during the American Civil War.
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The Palmer Raids - History

After the Russian Revolution, a red scare developed in the United States. Government officials led by Attorney General Palmer were convinced that radical communist was going to try to overthrow the government. In reaction, Palmer led raids between November 1919 and January 1920 arresting people with suspected radical ties.
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