Every year, on June 6th, we remember D-Day, the day in 1944 when Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy and began one of the largest amphibious mission in U.S. military history. Remembering D-Day is important even more so as the years pass and remembering the horrors of World War II becomes more of an education effort. You can read more about D-Day’s history and importance here:
This year, we wanted to take a look at the reason why D-Day was so important, as it played a role int he end of World War II and ultimately the end of the Holocaust. It still blows my mind that there are people out there who don’t think it’s important we still learn about the Holocaust and its horrors, both in memory but in order to never repeat that history.