1. I am not sure how they will celebrate there today, there are not many veterans left now. Every American should visit Normandy at some point. Very moving.

  2. After I graduated from high school in 1963, I went on the “Grand Tour” with a group of my classmates. Returning on the ocean liner SS United States we had an audience with former President Eisenhower and his brother Milton, no slouch either, who were returning from Europe after filming scenes for a documentary about D-Day commemorating the following year’s twentieth anniversary.

  3. Two of my uncles went ashore at Normandie, both survived & lived to a ripe old age.

  4. And say a quick prayer for all who fought in the invasion. The REAL Anti-fa, not the current despicable imitation.

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