Stephen Colbert gets emotional recalling his uncle’s role on D-Day

06.06.14 3 years ago

Stephen Colbert gets emotional recalling his uncle”s role on D-Day
Colbert”s uncle, 1st Lt. Andrew Edward Tuck III, was a paratrooper who landed in Normandy 70 years ago today. Colbert”s uncle was later killed in Europe. PLUS: Listen to Benedict Cumberbatch read the D-Day news broadcast.

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