Remembering D-Day and it’s spiritual lessons for us today.
In June 6, 1944, the Allied Forces launched the largest amphibious attacks in the World History. It was the turning point that will decide who will win the World War II. At exactly 6:30 am, Tuesday, more than 160,000 combined troops of the Allied Forces engaged the battle in the NormandyBeach.
At the first three hours of the battle, it seemed to be a sure win for the Germans. With the Allied Forces in disadvantage position, their number begun to shrink. Upon landing, they had to cross about 300 feet of beach to get to the German bunker where a machine gun, which can fire 15 bullets per second, was waiting for them. From the sea alone, they were barraged with thousands of bullets. Even getting out from their sea vessel was incredibly impossible without getting hit by a single bullet. Soldiers were…
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