D Day Rescue, Omaha Beach.

Remember.

D Day Rescue, Omaha Beach

American soldiers on Omaha Beach recovering the fallen after the D Day invasion of France.

Photographer Walter Rosenblum, Army Pictorial Service.


The threats of today pale in comparison to the realities of the 20th century.

Remember.

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  • Cheerful Monk May 26, 2014

    Yes, that was one grim time.
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    • Mike May 26, 2014

      Most today cannot relate to how grim it really was. Too many see the world through the lens of reality TV and other entertainment.
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  • Cheerful Monk May 26, 2014

    I’ve seen some powerful documentaries about WW II using Netflix. They remind me how lucky we are.
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  • Hilary Jun 12, 2014

    Hi Mike – I watched some the D-Day BBC output from Normandy … wonderful commemorative events, heard some appalling tales, and paid attention to some of the output that was given …

    The most important thing is that all those men and women who lost their lives, or were injured did it for us and our freedom – today most don’t have a clue what happened … and even more sadly aren’t interested …

    I’ll be posting on it sometime soon … Hilary
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  • Mike Jun 12, 2014

    World War II for the young adults of today is further away in time than World War I was for us. I don’t wonder that they’re not interested. It’s just history to them. For the reality TV generations, history doesn’t hold much interest.

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