D-Day: June 6, 1944

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6 responses to “D-Day: June 6, 1944

  1. Thank you for posting this.

  2. God Bless all of them.

  3. The lives that were lost, and those who came home MUCH different from the perils of war, gave all so that tyranny would not triumph over liberty and freedom. As their children, we have grown up in a society heretofore unseen on this earth, as most of the world’s history has been tyranny, enslavement, etc. That generation was at the center of the industrial and manufacturing boom that occurred post-WWII, and they did it with an average 8th grade education.

    I am saddened to think how my Dad, who enlisted at age 17 to fight in WWII, would feel about the ever-growing tyranny and loss of freedoms once enjoyed, in our Country today….

  4. Two of my cousins, PFC’s I think, served on Omaha Beach.

    Both came home, but died early deaths (age 39 and age 44). What they experienced scarred them forever — but they never complained. They were proud to serve our nation. I’m glad that they didn’t live to see what America has become under the Obama regime.

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