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Pipe Major Trevor Macey-Lillie, 19th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Scottish Gunners) marks start of D-Day commemorations. Ubique. Lest We Forget.


A lone piper has marked the minute the D-Day invasion began 75 years ago. Pipe Major Trevor Macey-Lillie, of 19th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Scottish Gunners) performed Highland Laddie at Mulberry Harbour in Normandy. On June 6 1944 the Allies of World War II landed on the beaches of Normandy to begin the liberation of Europe from Nazi occupation. The lives that were lost as a result of the Normandy landings will be remembered as veterans gather at military cemeteries near the landing beaches on Thursday. 


Lest We Forget.

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