The Longest Day D-Day June 6, 1944

June 6, 1944     72 years ago.

Known as The Longest Day…

D-Day.

Today we remember those who were there and fought for our freedom.

Thank You!

The following pictures are from Normandy, France.

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The water was red on this day 72 years ago.
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One of many German Bunkers that are up and down the coast line.

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All bunkers are burned out inside and covered with bullet holes.
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Omaha Beach Monument

Pointe De Hoc was the highest area between Utah Beach and Omaha Beach. On D-Day The Army Rangers captured Pointe du Hoc after a long battle.

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Pointe du Hoc
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 The Army Rangers had to climb these cliffs to capture Pointe du Hoc.

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Pointe du Hoc Ranger Memorial

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Going down into a German Bunker…

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The ceiling is burned here…
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Here you are able to see where the land has been bombed.

Later at a museum we saw the following…

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These were used to bring our soldiers closer to the coast.

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We Have Not Forgotten…

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source;   http://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/d-day-when-the-allies-turned-the-tide/

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