Tag Archives: World War II

Jewish soldiers buried in Normandy, at Colleville-sur-Mer

In the recent days—on and around the 70th anniversary of D-Day—hundreds of people have reached my blog looking for the answer to the question, how many Jewish soldiers were buried at the American cemetery in Normandy, at Colleville-sur-Mer, just next … Continue reading

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To the men who won our freedom

Tonight 70 years ago, at the very early hours of June 6, 1944, over 150,000 men were deployed on a mission that to this day is considered the largest seaborne invasion in history. And despite the hardships before and after … Continue reading

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The cemeteries of Normandy

Back in July I had the pleasure and honour to visit Normandy and its numerous military cemeteries. Back then I also promised photos, but due to lack of time I haven’t posted them yet. Well, it’s time to settle this … Continue reading

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