REPORT: D-Day hero surprised by friends, family with party on 95th birthday

NOVEMBER 10, 2019

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A British World War II veteran who received the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur for his bravery as a teenager celebrated his 95th birthday Sunday with a surprise party.

Hubert Miller was just 19 when he stormed the Normandy beaches to help liberate German-occupied France in June 1944 along with thousands of other Allied soldiers.

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Hubert, who was awarded the highest French order of merit three years ago for his brave actions that day, served in the British Royal Artillery regiment during the war.

As the nation remembered its war dead Sunday, the day took on an extra poignancy for Hubert as it fell on his 95th birthday.

The sprightly great-grandfather attended his local remembrance service as he does every year before his family surprised him with a birthday party at his home.

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