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A reminder..

.. of the reason a large part of the world isn’t speaking German..

Shortly after midnight the assault opened with the landing of more than 13,000 American, British and Canadian airborne troops …


.. followed by an amphibious landing of Allied infantry commencing at 6:30 AM…



.. wading ashore on five beaches, codenamed “Utah”, “Omaha” (American), “Gold” (British), “Juno” (Canadian), and “Sword” (British). Free French, Polish, and Commonwealth troops also landed. The place was Normandy, France.

The operation was the largest amphibious invasion in history, with over 160,000 troops landing on 6 June, 1944. Over 5,000 ships were involved.

It is my humble opinion that the best book to read if you want to learn about D-Day, and the liberation of France from Nazi occupation, is The Longest Day by Cornelius Ryan. (The movie isn’t bad either.. after all, John Wayne’s in it..)

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Today’s quote:Courtesies of a small and trivial character are the ones which strike deepest in the grateful and appreciating heart.” ~ Henry Clay

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June 6, 2017 - Posted by | blogging

1 Comment »

  1. @ Reminder—–Hear-Hear !!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Comment by Anonymous | June 7, 2017 | Reply

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