D Day Anniversary 2022 – Quotes, Date, History, Wishes & Sayings…Welcome to Happy D Day Anniversary 2022. Today is D Day Anniversary in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. D-Day Anniversary is one of the most important days. Every year, the United States celebrates D-Day Anniversary is a very special celebration day, which is officially celebrated on June 6th.
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When is D Day Anniversary 2022?
Every Year is celebrated annually on June 6th 78th D Day Anniversary In the United States, UK, and Canada. This is a very popular Special Interest celebration day in The USA.
D Day Anniversary Quotes, Sayings & Wishes
“If any blame or fault attaches to the attempt, it is mine alone…”
General Dwight Eisenhower, future president, in a draft of remarks he’d made in case the invasion was a failure
“Hitler made only one big mistake when he built his Atlantic Wall. He forgot to put a roof on it…”
World War II U.S. paratrooper aphorism
“They fight not for the lust of conquest. They fight to end conquest. They fight to liberate.”
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s official address announcing the invasion…”
“So much of the progress that would define the 20th century, on both sides of the Atlantic, came down to the battle for a slice of beach only six miles long and two miles wide…”
President Barak Obama, 10 years ago, in Normandy to mark the 65th anniversary of D-Day
“We’ll start the war from right here…”
Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt Jr., son of the former president, landed with his troops in the wrong place on Utah Beach…”
“The waiting for history to be made was the most difficult. I spent much time in prayer. Being cooped up made it worse. Like everyone else, I was seasick and the stench of vomit permeated our craft…”
Private Clair Galdonik…
“Today, when people thank me for my service, I figure three years of my time is a cheap price to pay for this country. Nobody owes me a thing…”
Lieutenant Buck Compton…
“The first time I saw a poster wanting men to sign up to be paratroopers and heard how hard it would be to make it in, I knew that was for me. I wanted an elite group of soldiers around me…”
Staff Sergeant Frank Soboleski…
“They’re murdering us here. Let’s move inland and get murdered….”
Colonel Charles D. Canham, 116th Infantry Regiment commander, on Omaha Beach…
“I don’t feel that I’m any kind of hero. To me, the work had to be done. I was asked to do it. So I did. When I lecture kids, I tell them the same thing….”
Private First Class Joe Lesniewski…