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En Normandie, des affiches de campagne du FN sont exposées avec du verre pillé

En Normandie, des affiches de campagne du FN sont exposées avec du verre pillé

Online security is a tricky business since with so many adventurous as well as notorious hackers out there, there is always some form of security vulnerability that is found and then exploited. Howeve...

Online security is a tricky business since with so many adventurous as well as notorious hackers out there, there is always some form of security vulnerability that is found and then exploited. Howeve...

The ships, planes, vehicles and troops needed to launch the D-Day invasion

D-Day: How was the biggest ever seaborne invasion launched?

The ships, planes, vehicles and troops needed to launch the D-Day invasion

After 911, the Viking Rollo was the first Norman count of Rouen. His successors were called Dukes of Normandy. These dukes increased the strength of Normandy, although they had to observe the superiority of the king of France. They held on to some territory in Scandinavia and the right to enter those lands by sea. The aristocracy was composed of a small group of Scandinavian men, while the majority of the Norman political leaders were of Frankish descent.

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After 911, the Viking Rollo was the first Norman count of Rouen. His successors were called Dukes of Normandy. These dukes increased the strength of Normandy, although they had to observe the superiority of the king of France. They held on to some territory in Scandinavia and the right to enter those lands by sea. The aristocracy was composed of a small group of Scandinavian men, while the majority of the Norman political leaders were of Frankish descent.

Patton & Teddy Roosevelt Jr (1943) This past week I spoke with a D Day veteran who told us he was on the same vessel going into Normandy as Teddy Roosevelt (the younger). He was helped over the side by a man who said "Good luck son." Not having a clue who that man was he got into the LST. Another fellow said. "Do you know who that was! That was Gen. Roosevelt!.

How a soldier shot a famous general’s funeral in Normandy after D-day

Patton & Teddy Roosevelt Jr (1943) This past week I spoke with a D Day veteran who told us he was on the same vessel going into Normandy as Teddy Roosevelt (the younger). He was helped over the side by a man who said "Good luck son." Not having a clue who that man was he got into the LST. Another fellow said. "Do you know who that was! That was Gen. Roosevelt!.

Canadian soldiers with a Nazi German flag which they captured during the Battle of Normandy

Canadian soldiers with a Nazi German flag which they captured during the Battle of Normandy

President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan walking through Omaha Beach Cemetery, Normandy, France. 6/6/84.

President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan walking through Omaha Beach Cemetery, Normandy, France. 6/6/84.

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