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  • Google released D Day’s 70th anniversary with online exhibition for Normandy landing

    Past hour Google release one more collection of D Day’s 70th anniversary with huge online exhibition crowd as a part of its cultural institute. The exhibition complies of extremely 470 document and images, including copy of the prayer Franklin D.

    Roosevelt brought on D Day, the top secret report of their progress from General Eisenhower to General Marshall, and tremendous photo of one of brave soldier who fought over the seaborne, area of war.

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    Google split out all the material on this exhibition into five different sections; it brought the cultural collection in a shimmering and sheering size according to passing time. Here Google set them in a chronologically order where you can collect as per your desire because the item looks like real hero with their quality and you can even exchange between two different viewing modes as liking by you.

    “One shows items individually, while the other spreads them out in an organized, top-down grid”

    Google organized this exhibition with including partnership with ‘The National Archives’, The George C. Marshall Research Foundation, The Imperial War Museum and Bletchley Park code breaker center, among other institutions, to put the archive together.

    The company held a Google+ Hangout on Air from the Caen War Memorial with American, French and British D-Day veterans too from earlier in the week.

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