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June 6 is the 157th day of the year(158th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; 208 days remain until the end of the year.

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The date is most famously associated with D-Day on Tuesday, 6 June 1944, when the Western Allies carried out landing and airborne operations in Normandy to begin Operation Overlord during World War II. D-Day (codenamed Operation Neptune) was the largest seaborne invasion in history. It began the liberation of German-occupied France to lay the foundations of Allied victory over Nazi Germany, finally achieved in May 1945.

Events

Pre-1901

Gustav Vasa - portrait by Jakob Bincks, 1542 Gustav Vasa.jpg
Gustav Vasa – portrait by Jakob Bincks, 1542
Pierre Corneille, born 6 June 1606 Pierre Corneille 2.jpg
Pierre Corneille, born 6 June 1606
Alexander Pushkin, born 6 June 1799 Kiprensky Pushkin.jpg
Alexander Pushkin, born 6 June 1799
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Flag of Queensland, founded 6 June 1859
Thomas Mann, born 6 June 1875 Thomas Mann 1929.jpg
Thomas Mann, born 6 June 1875
Aram Khachaturian, born 6 June 1903 Aram Khachaturian 1971.png
Aram Khachaturian, born 6 June 1903
Levi Stubbs, born 6 June 1936 Levi Stubbs.jpg
Levi Stubbs, born 6 June 1936
Louis Chevrolet, died 6 June 1941 Louis Chevrolet in 1914.jpg
Louis Chevrolet, died 6 June 1941
D-Day: large landing craft convoy crosses the English Channel on 6 June 1944 Lci-convoy.jpg
D-Day: large landing craft convoy crosses the English Channel on 6 June 1944
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D-Day: British Commandos landing on Gold Beach, 6 June 1944
Tommie Smith, born 6 June 1944, at the 1968 Olympic medal ceremony where he and John Carlos (behind) protested against racism John Carlos, Tommie Smith 1968.jpg
Tommie Smith, born 6 June 1944, at the 1968 Olympic medal ceremony where he and John Carlos (behind) protested against racism
David Blunkett, born 6 June 1947 Official portrait of Lord Blunkett crop 2.jpg
David Blunkett, born 6 June 1947
Bjorn Borg, born 6 June 1956 Bjorn Borg (1987) color.jpg
Björn Borg, born 6 June 1956
Carl Gustav Jung, died 6 June 1961 ETH-BIB-Jung, Carl Gustav (1875-1961)-Portrait-Portr 14163 (cropped).tif
Carl Gustav Jung, died 6 June 1961
Robert F. Kennedy, assassinated 6 June 1968 Robert F Kennedy crop.jpg
Robert F. Kennedy, assassinated 6 June 1968
Anne Bancroft, died 6 June 2005 Anne Bancroft Chrysler Theatre 1964.jpg
Anne Bancroft, died 6 June 2005
Esther Williams, died 6 June 2013 Esther Williams - portrait.jpg
Esther Williams, died 6 June 2013

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6 June is the feast day of St Claude

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