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D-Day At 70: Some Nagging Questions


I generally pay no attention to 70th anniversary observances, saving up my energies for the 75-year “diamond jubilee” milestones.
I am making an exception for June 6, the 70th anniversary of D-Day. To put it bluntly, five years could make a lot of difference.
According to recent Veterans Administration statistics, of the 16 million Americans who served during World War II, only slightly more than one million remain alive, and they are dying at the rate of 555 a day.
I want to be able to say thanks before another 200,000 vets pass from the scene.
The tyranny-thwarting teamwork ...

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