D-Day in Photo’s

D-Day in Photo’s

He had orders from the United States Army in the last days of May of 1944: “You are not to leave your flat for more than an hour at a time. Your equipment must be packed.”

Robert Capa was one of four photographers chosen to cover the first days of the United States Army’s massive assault on Nazi controlled Europe.

He was on the beach at Normandy, camera in hand and life at risk.

Click the link to read the story and view the photograph’s of that day.

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D-Day EnCOURAGEment

D-Day EnCOURAGEment

 

en·cour·age·men     inˈkərijmənt,enˈkərijmənt/  noun
noun: encouragement; plural noun: encouragements
  1. the action of giving someone support, confidence, or hope.
    • persuasion to do or to continue something.
    • the act of trying to stimulate the development of an activity, state, or belief.
      “the encouragement of foreign investment”