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D. R. Crews

The 65th Anniversary of D-Day
By David Robert Crews
Jun 6, 2009 - 4:24:27 PM

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June 6, 2009 is the 65th Anniversary of the day in 1944 when our allied troops hit the beaches and went-to-wackin' nasty Nazi's -- all front and center and left and right -- out of the way on the way to free a big chunk of Europe. The battles of D-Day lasted for days; let our remembrances of those vicious fights last forever.

Nazis, all Fascists, Imperialists, Commies, Taliban, Al Qaeda, etceteras, if they can't be convinced of the natural benefits of many freedoms for one and all, and change their world domination oriented, repressive, tortuous, murderous ways, then they gotta go.

I am thankful to all of the men of the D-Day invasion who stormed the beaches in full, raging, Nazi killing battle mode on June 6, 1945 and to all their loved ones back home wondering who was going to get that dreaded telegram from the Department of War. A telegram telling of a serviceman who was reported missing, wounded, or killed in action.

Long live The Free World.

I painfully wonder, though, why freedom can't be shared and maintained by everyone everywhere practicing total peace with one and all. I'm all for it.

I just realized that there are young people who may be reading this article and not know about D-Day. Here is a link for them to learn about and others to learn more about and remember D-Day.

The battles of D-Day lasted for days; let our remembrances of those vicious fights last forever, and go to that United States Army web site as soon as you can get to it. 

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