The Normandy Jump: Courage By The Ton

Posted June 6th, 2019 by Iron Mike

This wasn’t America’s first Airborne Landing, – just the biggest thus far in the war.

It didn’t go as planned,  – the drops scattered the paratroopers and glidermen across miles of French countryside, – and that accidental scattering further confused the Germans, causing their generals to hesitate before opposing the landing.  God was with us!
There is only one way to honor these men:  be worthy of their courage and sacrifice,  – and teach History to your children and grandchildren.

3 Responses to “The Normandy Jump: Courage By The Ton”

  1. Kojack

    Unfortunately, SOMEONE NEEDS TO TEACH HISTORY TO THE PARENTS!!! At least in the place I am currently working in.

  2. CATHERINE

    They were already NOT teaching this in US History in the 1970’s when I was in junior and senior high school. Had to learn on my own, later.

  3. panther 6

    What history our schools (for the most part) teach is wrong or half truths that put out leftist / progressive BS. I don’t think anyone reads history books today. It is a crime.