By Wildside Professor Clyde
Tuesday June 6th 1944 at 06:30 hours is the exact anniversary of the invasion of Normandy, France, otherwise known as D-Day.
This battle marked the beginning of the defeat of Nazi Germany and World War II. D-Day was the largest amphibious invasion in the history of warfare, with participation from 160,000 Allied troops from USA, England and Canada. American’s Military suffered 1,465 casualties and 6,603 injuries in one of the bloodiest battles in World War II.
These brave souls sacrificed their lives and answered the bell for the benefit of future generations to live free and for the survival of United States of America. To those men and woman who served on the front lines and behind the scenes I am grateful for all you did for us I say THANK YOU!
God Bless Our Military Veterans and Enlisted Soldiers.
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