May, 1944 – Anxious anticipation of D-Day

S.J. Ray, K.C. Star

By May of ’44, nearly three million Allied soldiers, sailors and airmen were poised in England and ready for the D-Day assault to come.

Tom Little, Nashville Tennessean

General Dwight Eisenhower would later recall the troop buildup as “a great human spring, coiled for the moment when its energy should be released and it would vault the English Channel in the greatest amphibious assault ever attempted.”

Cecil Jensen, Chicago Daily News

 

But Thomas, Detroit News

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One Response to May, 1944 – Anxious anticipation of D-Day

  1. alrx says:

    I LOVE the political cartoons

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