Herbert Walter remembers the early hours of D-Day well. A member of the Hitlerjugend -- a young, well-trained, passionate group of Nazi soldiers -- he heard the planes begin their attack. "It was so noisy. I said, 'they are coming.'" Werner Kortenhaus remembers too. When the attack began, his unit awaited orders to counterattack, but it would be hours before those orders came. On the 50th anniversary of D-Day, the two German vets recount their D-Day experiences.