Tag Archives: World War II

D-Day Landings/Normandy Invasion June 6, 1944

The Cliffs of Normandy Fifty years after, walking on flat ground above the water, vast to the sight and empty yet, steel blue, placid like the black cows grazing on the furrowed field sky a colored mirror watching, waiting, breath … Continue reading

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Anne Frank

Anne Frank  Face of hope and promise words of longing yearning to flower keep faith with a world where love of cruelty passes like a dying wind

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With Patton in Germany

Get the Job Done To liberate a prisoner do what must be done send a tank and crew along to rescue simply one.  Give them their instructions command them on their way don’t forget to gas the tank to free … Continue reading

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