We remember D-Day, the Allied invasion of German- held France, every year on June 6th. May we never forget the sacrifices there and elsewhere for our freedom.
War correspondent Ernie Pyle was loved by the American public for his coverage of WWII, which often featured names and hometowns that the information-starved public weren't getting from the news.
He arrived at D-Day plus 1 and got a front row seat overlooking the carnage and death on the beaches at Normandy.
3 of his columns are featured here today.
A Pure Miracle, The Horrible Waste of War
A Long Thin Line Of Personal Anguish
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