Lois Eisenberg | Respect for D-Day Generation

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I’m a little late in remembering D-Day, but I’m so proud because my generation was involved in this memorable day with all of their heart and soul.

D-Day is one of the most important events in United States history. Unfortunately, the younger generations have not been privy to the accomplishments of what our generation did to free Europe and end the war.

D-Day will be remembered like Gettysburg. The sacrifices that those soldiers made at D-Day to give us another “chance at freedom” should never be forgotten. At this point in time freedom is being pushed back and we must take a stand to preserve our freedom and liberty. The brave people of D-Day who are living or dead must be remembered for their heroics and must be remembered for our prosperity and freedom that their sacrifices brought us so we can have “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”

We must fight with every bone in our body to keep these rights. I for one will do everything in my power to abide by the sacrifices that the D-Day generation gave us.

Lois Eisenberg

Valencia

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