This weekend, the world honors the 70th anniversary of D-Day, June 6th 1944, otherwise known as the Battle of Normandy. It's code name was "Operation Overlord".   70 years ago at this moment, American soldiers had no idea what they would face when they landed on the shores of France. Every family has members of "The Greatest Generation", as Tom Brokaw puts it. And as time goes on that heritage sadly fades. In Wolfeboro NH, The Wright Museum is dedicated to the history or World War Two. Tomorrow they will hold screenings of the film D Day Remembered to mark the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion. The museum is located at 77 Center St in Wolfeboro. Their phone number is 603-569-1212.