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|How the longest day unfolded|
Here is a chronology, in local time, of the historic event that heralded the Nazi defeat. June 5. 9:15 pm: The BBC's Radio Londres, which broadcasts from London to Nazi-occupied France, airs the opening lines of Paul Verlaine 1866 poem "Chanson d'Automne" as a signal to alert French resistance fighters on the ground that an invasion is imminent.
Posted: 2019-06-06 06:12:00
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