WWII American soldiers remembered in Tavistock


American soldiers who arrived in a Devon town 70 years ago have been remembered.

Tavistock was used by a division of the United States Army as its headquarters before the soldiers were sent to France for the D-Day Landings.

Many of the soldiers died during an assault on Omaha Beach in France.

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