— Hagai ? (@HagaiFeiner) June 6, 2014
Grateful citizens around the world are marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Among those joining the children and grandchildren of those who fought are those whose parents, grandparents, and friends were liberated from Nazi concentration camps as a result of the successful invasion at Normandy.
Huge debt of gratitude to the men who landed in #Normandy. Their bravery led to liberation of my father from Nazi concentration camp.
— Richard Olszewski (@Olszewski_R) June 6, 2014
— donholt99 (@donholt99) June 5, 2014
Thanks & respect to the brave men of #DDay. Special thanks to the 3rd US-Army who later liberated my grandfather from concentration camp.
— Michael Paul ن (@MNikator) June 6, 2014
A teacher in high school had a tattoo on his arm from a Nazi concentration camp. D-Day led to the defeat of those that did that to him.
— Barton Creeth (@bartoncreeth) June 6, 2014
*Editor’s note: The title of this post was edited for clarity.