Humble Beginnings: Go back in history to where D-Day soldiers started their journey to Normandy

78 years ago today, allied forces came together to stop Nazi Germany on D-Day.

The night before, a group of soldiers parachuted into Normandy to help pave the way for the invasion.

This Week in Louisiana Agriculture shows us how the humble Louisiana beginnings of this division helped change the world.

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Remembering D-Day: How farmers were called up to battle to help make the invasion possible and successful

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