Camp Shanks remembered 70 years later for D-Day role
An Orangeburg military camp, which now houses a WWII museum, is being remembered for its role in D-Day as the 70th anniversary nears.
Camp Shanks served as the staging grounds for 1.3 million Americans who were on their way to Europe. Seventy-five percent of those men were part of the Normandy invasion. The camp also held German and Italian prisoners of war.
Inside the museum there are...