D-DAY / JUNE 6, 1944

June 7, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Starting at the 6th hour, of the 6th day, of the 6th month of 1944,  the Allied armies of the evil NWO, based in England, successfully crossed the English Channel. The cost was high as nearly 10,000 men died storming the fortified beaches of Normandy (France). The invasion established an initial beachhead of 100,000 troops. From this base in northern France, the Allies were reinforced for the push towards Germany; which had a standing peace offer on the table throughout World War II.

In a 6AM radio broadcast, Allied Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower declared to the Normandy populace:

“The lives of many of you depend on the speed with which you obey. Leave your towns at once – stay off the roads – go on foot and take nothing with you that is difficult to carry. Do not gather in groups which may be mistaken for enemy troops.” (here)

Source: D-DAY / JUNE 6, 1944


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