D-Day - Omaha Beach, Normandy, France
D- Day, June 6, 1944
|A French Newspaper article
commemorating the 70th
anniversary of D-Day
|Commemorating the Liberation of France
This week I am sharing photos commemorating the 70th anniversary (June 6, 1944) of the D-Day invasion by the Allies of Normandy Beach in Northern France. This was the beginning of the Western Allied effort to liberate mainland Europe from Nazi occupation. 150,000 personnel crossed the English Channel, and 100,000 people were involved in the invasion. 9000 were killed or wounded on June 6.
Be sure to visit Poets United tomorrow to see what Sherry Blue Sky has planned to share. Will it be a featured poet? A featured blog? Or a featured poem?
Glad to see the turnout for Mid-Week Motif Wednesday continues to be good. We hope to see you this coming week for another challenging prompt by Susan Chast!
And on Friday, remember to see who Rosemary Nissen-Wade features on "I Wish I Had Written This" or "The Living Dead."
I issue an invitation here to those of you who participate in Poetry Pantry. If YOU have special photos that you would like me to feature some week, let me know what kind of photos you have. There are participants here from many different cities, many different countries. I think it is great fun to see different areas featured. I am especially interested in scenic views of your area or an area you have visited. Send inquiries first to firstname.lastname@example.org letting me know what you have. I am interested in city or country views - in your home area or places you have traveled.
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