We’re heading into the Memorial Day weekend. Memorial Day itself “is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces.”
Pamela Geller’s blog, Atlas Shrugged, is a go-to resource for reports about and analyses of radical Islamic issues and events. However, today, she posted a remarkable photo essay to commemorate American troops who lost their lives and are buried overseas. It’s a sobering tribute, and it's in stark contrast to President Obama’s most recent apology tour in Japan yesterday (link is to John Bolton's commentary on the President's visit to Hiroshima).
Geller’s first photo (above) is captioned: “The Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial in France covers 113.5 acres and contains the largest number of graves of our military dead of World War II.” Spend some time this weekend with the photos and captions she posted.
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