Hollande is first French president to honour British D-Day dead

François Hollande travelled to the British military cemetery at Ranville to honour soldiers who died during the June 6th 1944 D-Day Normandy landings.

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François Hollande has become the first French president to honour the graves of British soldiers who died in fighting during the 1944 Normandy landings during a ceremony at Ranville on the 68th D-Day anniversary, reports The Telegraph.