D-Day as it Happened Seventy Years Ago, Today

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U.S. soldiers seeking shelter from German machine-gun fire behind beach obstacles, Omaha Beach on D-Day; © Robert Capa/Magnum Photos (from Encyclopedia Britannica)

U.S. soldiers seeking shelter from German machine-gun fire behind beach obstacles, Omaha Beach on D-Day; © Robert Capa/Magnum Photos (from Encyclopedia Britannica)

 

Looking into a few key items about D-Day, seventy years ago today, I thought it would be good to tie a few together, here.

 

 

Today, we are in a much more quietized war, but a war in our own land, for the very survival of our nation. How many even know?

 

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  1. The Shingle many soldiers lay down their lives while current soldiers die to rescue and protect an acting as traitor and deserter named Bergdhal who got promoted. What a shame veterans must have felt all their lives.

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