Remembering D-Day

June 1974
New Republic;6/8/74, Vol. 170 Issue 23, p4
Presents the experience of a war correspondent about participating in the D-Day celebration with a military mission of the U.S. to invade Normandy, France, during the Second World War. Prayers performed by chaplain for the soldiers; Presence of the British, Dutch and French ships; Expressions felt during the 11th night of the invasion; Feelings of the correspondent when he arrives in France; Equipment and materials carried by soldiers to deal with the weather conditions; News of the victory of soldiers given by various broadcasting agencies; Intensity of land and air attacks on the U.S. forces.


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