FILE PHOTO: Royal Mail vans are parked in the Leytonstone post office depot in London, Britain early July 6, 2017. REUTERS/Russell BoyceMore

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Royal Mail apologized on Friday after historians pointed out that a stamp design it planned to issue to commemorate the D-Day landings in France in fact showed U.S. troops going ashore thousands of miles away weeks earlier.

The stamp, part of a series of 11 to mark the 75th anniversary

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