US veterans prepare for journey to Normandy for 75th anniversary of D-Day: Part 1

ABC News’ David Muir reports on six veterans from across the country, five of whom were there on the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago, share personal stories about serving in World War II.

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29 thoughts on “US veterans prepare for journey to Normandy for 75th anniversary of D-Day: Part 1

  1. My dad was in the 29th Division, 175th Infantry, Company C in the Army. My dad never talked about it. He passed in 2008 at the age of 94. How do I learn the journey my father took. I want so much to know to honor him.Pictures, etc. Can anyone guide me to learn his journey and pass it down to his descendants. I love genealogy.

  2. Very!! Emotional😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 God bless all who fought for the freedom for others. Thank you Lord for the lives and bravery of these wonderful souls. I'm still praying for all the men and women those now serving in these endless wars😭😭😭😭. May God keep a WATCHFUL eye over them all and keep them safe.

  3. D Day

    On 6th of June 1944
    In the early hours they say,
    150,000 troops
    Assembled on beach that day.

    Nine allied Nations gathered
    To fight to liberate,
    Europe from Hitler's Germany
    But thousands met their fate.

    From up there on the clifftops
    German troops were waiting,
    To rain hell fire on Allied troops
    There was no debating.

    23,000 paratroopers
    And over 5,000 ships too,
    Also called "Operation Overlord"
    This information all true.

    By Daylight Allied forces
    Were in control it's said,
    Nearly 10,000 casualties
    And over 4,000 dead.

    Within the next five days
    Allies brought some more,
    326,000 troops
    Landed on Normandy shore.

    54,000 vehicles
    From Nine allied Nations,
    104,000 tons of supplies
    For this military operation.

    Remember these brave souls
    On 6th of June okay,
    Because of them we're all free
    Liberation was D Day.

    By
    William Mckechnie alias Wild Bill Entertainer

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