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The crusade of liberation

June 2, 2013

“We must go unless there is a real and very serious deterioration in the weather” are words that echo down the corridors of time from nearly 70 years ago as of tomorrow, June 3....

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judeye

Jun-09-13 7:09 AM

My father was in the second wave to liberate France. He entered France about a week or two following D-day. He talked of the flights..the laying in fox holes, the bombings, and being scared. We should remember most of these soldiers were just kids, like my father.

Thank you all for the sacrifices you made for our Country and Freedom for All.

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Steiner

Jun-02-13 7:58 AM

Hey libs, do you think the war would have ended so quickly without the massive civilian deaths, aka as atrocities now ? The japanese, poised to surreneder since the 1930's in China , did not till late 1945 after 2 A bombs, now that is poise, over a decade of it.

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