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June 06, 2006

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» D-Day 62 Years from Small Town Veteran
A special thanks to John Werntz and Bill Davis, both of whom had birds-eye views as things unfolded that day and both of whom spent time at one point or another at the Navigator's station of the C53D in the picture, which has been restored and is now p... [Read More]

» Omaha Beach and the USS Arkansas from The Cool Blue Blog
For this 62nd Anniversary of D-Day, I am reprinting this tribute to my father and his crewmates I wrote for the 60th Anniversary two years ago. For those who know people who served on the Arky, you may want to [Read More]

» D-Day Report: A Man Who Flew Gliders from Chaotic Synaptic Activity
See D-Day Remembered on Black Five for more stories commemorating this day in history. Part I,Part II and Part III of the Adventures of Jim, Sr Jim Helinger, Sr, USAAF I cant say this post is full of D-Day info, for Jim Helinger, Sr, Glider P... [Read More]

» D-Day Remembered from Dummocrats.com
D-Day Remembered [Read More]

» 62 Years ago: D-Day, June 6th, 1944 from Echo9er
On June 6, 1944, the D-Day invasion of Europe took place during World War II as Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. Click on the Image below to see the New York Times article. As dawn broke on June 6th, 1944, the invasion force... [Read More]

» June 6 from Tammi's World
D Day As always Blackfive has a great round-up. We must not forget.... [Read More]

» "A Link In A Great Chain" from Confederate Yankee
General George S. Patton's Normandy Invasion Speech: "Be Seated." "Men, this stuff we hear about America wanting to stay out of the war, not wanting to fight, is a lot of bullshit. Americans love to fight - traditionally. All... [Read More]

» D-Day Remembered from Morning Coffee
In June 1944 Allied Forces had undertaken a task that had not been accomplished since William of Orange marched on London to take the English throne in 1688, send an invading army across the unpredictable and dangerous English Channel.&nb... [Read More]

» D-Day from Technicalities
Today is the anniversary of D-Day, Matt has a round up of links. Go now and read - remember.... [Read More]

» June 6, 1944 (Updated) from Babalu Blog
(JPEG courtesy of http://www.kansasheritage.org) Update (Val): Blackfive has a comprehensive post with tons of links and trackbacks on today's 62nd Anniversary of D-Day.... [Read More]

» D-Day from Gulf Coast Pundit
BLACKFIVE in remembrance has a roundup of blogs for the Anniversary of the Normandy Landing in 1944. In Flanders Fields In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely sin... [Read More]

» Fathers, Daughters & D-Day from Dummocrats
On this, the 62nd anniversary of D-Day, my thoughts turn, as they always do, to two men. Neither of them fought in WWII, but they each helped me understand the enormity of what the men who landed on the beaches... [Read More]

» 666? No, June 6th, 1944. from The Tech In Black
I forget this happens every year and I feel worse each time I forget. Invasion of Normandy. Hot Air with pictures, links and thoughts. Confederate Yankee with thoughts and Patton's speech. Rightwing Nuthouse with some good stuff. Babalu Blog with... [Read More]

» D-Day from it comes in pints?
I don't have anything put together, but I know others will. I will supply links as I come across them. Meantime, a moment of silence, please, in memory of Bloody Omaha. George Moneo has Eisenhower's Great Crusade* message to the... [Read More]

» D-Day from it comes in pints?
I don't have anything put together, but I know others will. I will supply links as I come across them. Meantime, a moment of silence, please, in memory of Bloody Omaha. George Moneo has Eisenhower's Great Crusade* message to the... [Read More]

» Remembering D-Day from Soldiers' Angels New York
Many are remembering D-Day, June 6, 1944. That was the day 62 years ago when 160,000 Allied troops hit the sands on a 50-mile long stretch of sand in Normandy, France. Read these posts: Iraq War Today Soldiers' Angels Germany Echo9er Blackfive [Read More]

» Bloggers Remember D-Day from Ordinary Everyday Christian
Blackfive has a very nice collection of links, topped off by another iconic D-Day photo - the one of General Eisenhower addressing members of the 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment on the day before D-Day. (And thanks to Blackfive for linking to my po... [Read More]

» D-Day from it comes in pints?
I don't have anything put together, but I know others will. I will supply links as I come across them. Meantime, a moment of silence, please, in memory of Bloody Omaha. George Moneo has Eisenhower's Great Crusade* message to the... [Read More]

» DDay roundup from Daily Adult Joke
Blackfive has a superb roundup of DDay posts. [Read More]

» The Turn Of The Tide from Transterrestrial Musings
Everyone seems to think that the big story of the day is the number of the beast, but I think... [Read More]

» June 6th, 1944 from The Jawa Report
Forget the "Omen" crap. June 6th, no matter what year, will always be a special day. Soldiers, sailors, and airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force! You are about to embark upon the great crusade toward which we have striven these... [Read More]

» June 6th, 1944 from The Jawa Report
Forget the "Omen" crap. June 6th, no matter what year, will always be a special day. Soldiers, sailors, and airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force! You are about to embark upon the great crusade toward which we have striven these... [Read More]

» June 6, 1944 (Updated) from Babalu Blog
(JPEG courtesy of http://www.kansasheritage.org) Update (Val): Blackfive has a comprehensive post with tons of links and trackbacks on today's 62nd Anniversary of D-Day.... [Read More]

» D-Day from The Dragon and the Phoenix
God Bless those brave men who gave their lives for freedom, and for America. [Read More]

» D-Day from it comes in pints?
I don't have anything put together, but I know others will. I will supply links as I come across them. Meantime, a moment of silence, please, in memory of Bloody Omaha. George Moneo has Eisenhower's Great Crusade* message to the... [Read More]

» D-Day plus 62 years from High Desert Wanderer
Sixty two years ago today, Allied forces stormed five beaches in Normandy France. The names of Omaha, Utah, Sword, Gold, and Juno Beaches were marked into the history books. The History Guy: World War 2: The Invasion of Normandy (1944) By the end of ... [Read More]

» 06/06/06 - D-Day Anniversary from Murdoc Online
I'd probably be having a lot of fun with the whole 666 thing, but as today is the anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Europe,... [Read More]

» The Longest Day from Isaac Schrödinger
We remember: General Eisenhower's message to the troops of the Allied Expeditionary Forces on June 6, 1944:Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen [Read More]

» Sleepy Time Gal from Knockin' On The Golden Door
The Daily Vargas UPDATE: Blackfive has a terrific roundup of D-Day posts! In honor of D-Day, today's Daily Vargas is a double shot. I originally started out looking for pinup bomber nose art from a bomber that saw action... [Read More]

» 6 June 1944: Remembering D-Day from Andrew Olmsted dot com
Blackfive has a good collection of links to posts commemorating today, the 62d anniversary of D-Day. It is difficult for us to imagine that time, even though barely more than half a century separates us from that day. Today as... [Read More]

» Quote of the Day (The Boys of Pointe du Hoc) from Presto Agitato
The Boys of Pointe du Hoc [Read More]

» 06/06/06 - D-Day Anniversary from Murdoc Online
I'd probably be having a lot of fun with the whole 666 thing, but as today is the anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Europe,... [Read More]

» The real reason for taking note of June 6th, 2006 from Macmind - Conservative Commentary and Common Sense
While every one is harping about the Devil (06-06-06), the MSM is - as expected- devoid of the mention of one of the greatest - if not THE greatest military victories of all time. [Read More]

» D-Day Remembered from discarded lies - hyperlinkopotamus
D-Day Remembered [Read More]

» D Day 2006 from Super Fun Power Hour
(Video by Jaquel) As the Damien jokes fly, it's easy to forget that 62 years ago 3 million allied troops stormed the French beaches in the largest invasion in the history of the world. With 53,700 dead, 18,000 missing and 155,000 wounded, our force [Read More]

» 6-6-6 or 06-06-06 from Squiggler
It all started with a Biblical verse: Revelation 13:18, This calls for wisdom: let him who has understanding reckon the number of the beast, for it is a human number, its number is six hundred and sixty-six. I have been hearing the craziest stories all... [Read More]

» 6-6-6 or 06-06-06 from Squiggler
It all started with a Biblical verse: Revelation 13:18, This calls for wisdom: let him who has understanding reckon the number of the beast, for it is a human number, its number is six hundred and sixty-six. I have been hearing the craziest stories all... [Read More]

» 6-6-6 or 06-06-06 from Squiggler
It all started with a Biblical verse: Revelation 13:18, This calls for wisdom: let him who has understanding reckon the number of the beast, for it is a human number, its number is six hundred and sixty-six. I have been hearing the craziest stories all... [Read More]

» H&I Fires* D+22,630 from Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..
Open post for those with something to share, updated through the day. New, complete posts come in below this one. Note: If trackbacking, please acknowledge this post in your post. That's only polite. You're advertising here, we should get an... [Read More]

» 6-6-6 or 06-06-06 from Squiggler
It all started with a Biblical verse: Revelation 13:18, This calls for wisdom: let him who has understanding reckon the number of the beast, for it is a human number, its number is six hundred and sixty-six. I have been hearing the craziest stories all... [Read More]

» Remembering D-Day (PM UPDATE) from Sister Toldjah
Today is the 62nd anniversary of what is commonly referred to as D-Day. Most of you know what that means but for those too young or who dont know, a good page for reference on D-Day is the Encyclopedia Britannica: [D]uring World War II, the A... [Read More]

» D-Day Tribute by LGF Reader BabbaZee from Chaotic Synaptic Activity
I found these words in the comments section of the D-Day Rembered on Little Green Footballs. They are worth posting: Tomorrow, the sun will rise, as it does every morning but tomorrow it will be June Sixth, the sixty second anniversary ... [Read More]

» Remember D-Day from Shining full plate and a good broadsword
Remember D-Day. Sixty-two years ago, many brave men landed on some cold beaches in Normandy to save the world from tyranny. I want to thank all those still alive, all those who perished, and all those still guarding this country and the world today ... [Read More]

» D-Day Round-up from Blue Crab Boulevard
Blackfive has a lot of links to blogs honoring the anniversary of D-Day, 62 years ago today. Heres some coverage from the BBC of some of the reenactments and ceremonies over the past few days. ... [Read More]

» D-Day Anniversary from Iowa Voice
Never forget..... Sixty-two years ago, thousands of brave troops stormed Hitler's Europe, and less than a year later, defeated the scourge of Nazism. Sister Toldjah points out this great post over at Blackfive that everyone should read. [Read More]

» D-Day from The Coalition of the Swilling
62 years ago, this morning.... [Read More]

» D-Day Goes Unnoticed in German Media from Davids Medienkritik
While the German media unload mountains of trash on the U.S. and in particular on the U.S. military, as a gesture of fairness you would expect at least a passing notice about the special meaning of today's date - after [Read More]

» D-Day Goes Unnoticed in German Media from Davids Medienkritik
While the German media unload mountains of trash on the U.S. and in particular on the U.S. military, as a gesture of fairness you would expect at least a passing notice about the special meaning of today's date - after [Read More]

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