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June 04, 2004
I couldn't do the commemoration of D-Day justice with my words, without some serious effort. Even then they would be overrought because i am only looking back on history.
June 6, 1944 remains one of the most brutal, goriest days of planned war in the modern age.
And everyone involved knew it would be so. It represents an stounding sacrifice by British and American forces. Who for a long time asked nothing in return - but whose countries now continue to vilify France. Which pretty much cheapens part of it for me as an American.
But the soldiers should be proud of their bravery and we should be proud of their bravery.