D-Day: Following in his father’s footsteps

“D-Day was the turning point that decided the future of the world. It brought together strangers who became brothers forever. Their ultimate sacrifices and the sacrifices of those who survived live on today.” — “D-Day: The Untold Stories,” History Channel.
He came across a small notebook his father kept while training with the Fourth Cavalry at Camp Maxey, Texas. The last diary entry was dated Nov. 15, 1943: “Closing because I am going overseas.”

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This story was posted on June 6, 2019.