The D-Day That Never Was

In Eisenhower’s letter taking the blame for the D-Day that never was, we have another thing to be thankful for to the greatest generation before they pass.

Us Army Photo, Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

With the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy that marked the beginning of the end of WW2, plenty of attention will be paid to what happened in the…

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Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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Andrew Donaldson

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Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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