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Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower stands before rows of white crosses at the St. Laurent Cemetery during filming of the CBS Reports special, 'D-Day Plus 20 years: Eisenhower Returns to Normandy,' France.

Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower stands before rows of white crosses at the St. Laurent Cemetery during filming of the CBS Reports special, 'D-Day Plus 20 years: Eisenhower Returns to Normandy,' France.

President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan walking through Omaha Beach Cemetery, Normandy, France. 6/6/84.

President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan walking through Omaha Beach Cemetery, Normandy, France. President and Mrs. Reagan had reverence, respect and devotion to the fallen.

...These are the heroes who helped end a war..." --Ronald Reagan to WWII veterans

These are the heroes who helped end a war." --Ronald Reagan to WWII veterans. Pointe Du Hoc was assaulted by members of the and Ranger Battalions, US Army, June 1944

US President Barack Obama (R) and French President Francois Hollande (L) stand during a joint French-US D-Day commemoration ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-mer @MailOnline Pics Pics on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Dawn breaks on the Longest Day: Day of D-Day celebrations begin

US President Barack Obama (R) and French President Francois Hollande (L) stand during a joint French-US D-Day commemoration ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-mer

The grave of General Theodore Roosevelt JR eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt. He landed on June 6 Utah Beach.  He died of a heart attack July 12, 1944 after a very tough day against German attacks during the Battle of Normandy.

The grave of General Theodore Roosevelt JR eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt. He landed on June 6 Utah Beach. He died of a heart attack July 1944 after a very tough day against German attacks during the Battle of Normandy.

FRANCE, Colleville-sur-Mer : US President Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande look out over Omaha Beach during the 70th French-American Commemoration D-Day Ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, France, June 6, 2014. AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB

“Barack Obama and Francois Hollande look out over Omaha Beach during the D-Day Ceremony by

U.S. President Barack Obama  sits with (L-R) Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the Normandy American Cemetery on June 6, 2009 in Colleville-sur-Mer, France. Political leaders and veterans are attending this international ceremony to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings on June 6, 1944.

U.S. President Barack Obama sits with (L-R) Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the Normandy American Cemetery on June 6, 2009 in Colleville-sur-Mer, France. Political leaders and veterans are attending this international ceremony to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings on June 6, 1944.

US President Barack Obama speaks during a joint French-American D-Day commemoration ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial ...

US President Barack Obama speaks during a joint French-American D-Day commemoration ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial .

President George W. Bush gives a Memorial Day at the Normandy American Cemetery at Normandy Beach in France on May 27, 2002. White House pho...

The Normandy American Cemetery, France. President Bush Commemorates Memorial Day at Normandy

US president Barack Obama spoke at the ceremony at the Normandy American cemetery near Omaha Beach in Colleville sur Mer.    "If prayers were made of sounds, the noise over England that night would have deafened the world," the president said. "More than 150,000 souls set off to this slither of sand which held not just the course of a war, but the course of history."

Obama Honors Veterans in D-Day Anniversary Ceremonies. 'These Men Waged War So That We Might Know Peace,' Obama Says

July 14, 1918: Theodore Roosevelt’s Youngest Son, Quentin, Killed in WWI On this day in 1918, 20-year-old Quentin Roosevelt, Teddy’s youngest son, was shot down by German planes while flying a mission in France during WWI.  Quentin was originally buried at the site of the plane crash, but after WWII, his remains were moved to the Normandy American Cemetery above Omaha Beach, next to those of his brother, General Ted R.

July Theodore Roosevelt’s Youngest Son, Quentin, Killed in WWI On this day in Quentin Roosevelt, Teddy’s youngest son, was shot down by German planes while flying a mission.

Theodore Roosevelt - 26th President of the United States - and sons.

Theodore Roosevelt, full-length portrait, with his four sons posed around him

Nancy only wore bright red, and occasionally black and white | 37 Reasons Why Nancy Reagan Was The Ultimate First Lady

37 Reasons Why Nancy Reagan Was The Ultimate First Lady

Heaven can wait: Nancy Reagan Dies at 94

U.S. President Barack Obama  shook hands with France's President Nicolas Sarkozy beside Britain's Prince Charles (2nd L) after Obama delivered a speech at the Colleville-sur-Mer cemetery during a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, June 6, 2009.

U.S. President Barack Obama shook hands with France's President Nicolas Sarkozy beside Britain's Prince Charles (2nd L) after Obama delivered a speech at the Colleville-sur-Mer cemetery during a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, June 6, 2009.

Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande arrive at the Normandy American Cemetery

President Barack Obama leads tributes to D-Day heroes

Salute: French President Francois Hollande and Barack Obama are flanked by serving soldiers as they arrive at the Normandy American Cemetery at Omaha Beach

Words of General Mark Clark, President of The Citadel, 1954 - 1965, found at Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial. Photo courtesy of CPT ...

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Words of General Mark Clark, President of The Citadel, 1954 - found at Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial. Photo courtesy of CPT .

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