#M10565 – 2004 Liberia D-Day Aircraft 6v M

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They Ruled the Skies on June 6, 1944 –
The Air Battle of the Invasion of Normandy
Own Mint Stamp Sheet Highlighting the Aircraft of D-Day

Now you can own a mint stamp sheet featuring the airplanes that fought for freedom – and tyranny – in the Normandy invasion.  Known as “D-Day,” Allied soldiers assaulted the beaches, while planes battled overhead. The sheet shares details about the battle and captures the intensity of the struggle.  Discover obstacles faced by the pilots and the results of their actions. 
 

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Own Mint Stamp Sheet Highlighting the Aircraft of D-Day

Now you can own a mint stamp sheet featuring the airplanes that fought for freedom – and tyranny – in the Normandy invasion.  Known as “D-Day,” Allied soldiers assaulted the beaches, while planes battled overhead.

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