Every American in 1944 was fully engaged in a world war. June 6, 1944 was the day chosen by General Eisenhower as D-Day and the first day of the invasion of Normandy, France.
Those of us at Mitt Romney Central thank our fellow Americans that sacrificed so much at the time to save the world!
Shout out to Ray Anderson who parachuted behind German lines during the invasion.
Please visit The National D-Day Memorial.
UPDATE - Tweet this morning from Governor Romney:
Thank you to those who stormed the beaches, took the cliffs and freed a continent. We should never forget #DDay
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