6 June.


Think of all those boys and men that, 74 years ago, were either waiting in a Higgins boat to be shot at on a beach, or were already being shot at, having glidered or parachuted in.

Think of their bravery, their fear (for one cannot have bravery without fear) and their resolve.

Europe, in general, will never be able to repay the US for the sacrifice of it’s young men that day, and in the days following.

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