Hey, we have a Lounge!
joshl last edited by
Michael's father was in the military, in the engineering. He came to fight in Europe in 1944.
Let's commemorate the braves! Watched "The Science of D-Day" yesterday - the author (presenter), a young Brit, was saying the worst things he would've thought about in his teenagehood weren't comparable to the realities of those young soldiers approaching Normandy at that day.
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I'm not sure any of us who haven't personally been through such times can ever fully grasp the fear - and bravery - of the generation that lived through (and in so many cases, died in) that war. To those of that generation who put their lives on the line literally, be all honor.