D-Day Anniversary

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2022 DateJune 6, 2022
2023 DateJune 6, 2023
D-Day Anniversary

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D-day Anniversary is a day of awareness and appreciation for all the people that fought in Normandy to defeat the Nazis and re-establish freedom. Normandy will bear the scars of this moment in history. Every year on June 6, the world pays tribute to all veterans that bravely fought the Nazis.

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  • According to CNN, the exact number of casualties is not known. It is estimated that approximately 10,000 Allied soldiers were killed, wounded and or went missing in action: 6,603 Americans, 2,700 British and 946 Canadians.
  • According to History's blog post, D-Day comes from the army’s use of the term undefined day or the first day of any operation.
  • Fifty-seven years ago, America and the nations of Europe formed a bond that has never been broken. And all of us incurred a debt that can never be repaid. Today, as America dedicates our D-Day Memorial, we pray that our country will always be worthy of the courage that delivered us from evil and saved the free world - President George W. Bush, June 6th, 2001, the unveiling of the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia

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