PROTECTION OF THE BEACHES AND THE MEN THAT LOST THEIR LIVES THERE, BUT HOWEVER, I WILL NOT AGREE TO THEM USING IT FOR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR OWN USES!!
We French, will never forget the sacrifice of all who died on these beachs to free Europe. We celebrate every year June 6th. In memoriam.
I had a lot of Uncles and cousins in Both Countries Canada and US some died but alot survived and we are able;to live Free, So ya God Bless them and they who served Should be remembered.
My father, Joe Ray Wilson, landed at Normandy. His best friend, John Dawkins, was killed there. The site means a lot to my family.
I was born on June 6,1944.
We were there in 2011, and we will be back in 2014. BSA ROCKS!
Please join this effort, I was there in 2004 & 2006, it is awsome, terrific & inspiring!
Please join this effort.
I was there in 2011 and will be back in 2014....looking forward to be there again.....keep the spirit alive :-)
some of my family went ashore that morning,a few did not return.I spent some time with a d-day vet in may of 94 walking the beach and listening to stories.this is a place that should be a NATIONAL MONUMENT.
Is nothing sacred?
My brother William Fraser was there on D Day with the Royal Marines and landed on the beach.