Remembering Because of Them.

75 years ago today 156,000 British, American and Canadian Troops (airbourne and sea landings) began the liberation of Europe from the Nazis’, landing on several beaches in France; the British landing on Gold, Juno and Sword Beaches.

Despite thousands of casualties and deaths the Allied Troops succeeded and thus began the end of WWII. 


If it was not for the bravery of those Troops and their sacrifice we would be living in a very different World today.


My Dad was in the Pacific Theatre so his War did not end until later but I am thankful he was safe and came home.


Thank You for our Lives by giving Yours. 

We will always Remember.

Susie x

2 thoughts on “Remembering Because of Them.

  1. farmquilter

    We do need to always remember their sacrifice and make sure we don’t allow the horror of another world war happen, even if that means stopping the insanity when it first starts, every time. Not a popular view point, I know, but the world doesn’t need another Hitler in any form! I’m so glad my dad made it through the war safely as well!

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