Sixty-six years ago today, the tide of the greatest war in mankind's history (to date) was turned in favor of the Western Allies. It's been said that we were victorious that day "only because of sheer numbers ... they ran out of bullets before we ran out of men." Having watched the 10-part series "WWII in HD" last weekend on the History Channel, I finally get it. That statement is right ... it's amazing to me that some people actually survived being in the various waves of men who landed on that fateful beach ... it's amazing to me, too, that some are willing to talk about it, to verbally relive the horrors they faced that day. The following are accounts by soldiers who are willing to talk about their memories of that day.