• Anonymous

    I forgot that the USA was the only country to attack on D-Day.

  • antitango

    #6 is just… WOW! It is impossible for words to explain some things.

  • etcrr

    What a horrific day it was and was surprised that Rick hadn't posted anything, Glad he did

  • http://www.studiesweekly.com/ Kindergarten

    The only military entertainment site in the world. theBRIGADE is home to the best funny, viral and interesting photos from around the world. Content published contains original photos,

  • http://www.Pacificwarmuseum.org RichK

    I really enjoy your site. These photos are great, I really like number 1 as it shows what appears to be an American veteran in WWII uniform placing flowers at the German cemetery in Normandy. I can think of nothing that says reconciliation and forgiveness more than placing flowers on a former enemy's grave.
    Three of the photos are not of Normandy. Number 6 was taken during the crossing of the Rhine in 1945, the map on number 12 shows the German conquest of France following the Dunkirk evacuation, and number 17 was taken on Okinawa.
    Other than those nitpickings, it is a great tribute. Thank you for remembering.

  • http://www.army.mil mountainsniper31

    One word for these men…BRAVE.

    #12 looks like U.S. officers in school reviewing the path of the 1940 German invasion of France. The lines of movement don't track with Operation Overlord.

  • Blinky_Mahmoood

    #28 – I don't know about you guys … but I want to hear HIS story.


    got a little choked up for #44

  • chbeers

    Amazing post!! Literally the best that I have seen on here!!

  • Per Mare Per Terram

    I admire our American and Canadian allies so much – they gave so much for our freedom in the last war and continue to serve with us in Afghanistan. From a very humbled British ex-marine…….. A simple thank you.

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