Invasion of Normandy [1944]: Marie-Louise Osmont Witnesses Everything!

“Shells are exploding everywhere, and not far away, with short moments of calm; we take advantage to run… we return with hearts pounding to burrow into the trench. Each time a shell hisses by too low, I cling to the back of the cook’s helper, it makes me feel a little secure, and he turns around with a smile. The fact is that we’re all afraid.”

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WWII History | Eyewitness Accounts Of The Attack On Pearl Harbor

The attack from the Empire of Japan on the naval base at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii was a devastating event to U.S citizens and its military forces. This was the moment the U.S officially would enter WWII fighting on several fronts at the same time. President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7th, 1941, “A date which will live in infamy.”

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