Today marks the 72nd anniversary of when our American soldiers stepped foot on the beaches of Normandy during World War II, known as D-Day. As the largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation helped liberate the northwestern Europe from Nazi control.
As an important day in History it seems only natural to recognize those who fought on this day and to represent them in the media. However there appears to be a lack of reverence for those who fought in D-Day in various publications on this 72nd anniversary.
Whether in print or on the web few front page remembrances are to be found by the likes of Google, The New York Times, Wall street Journal, Washington Post, The Washington Times, NBC and other national news outlets.
Although Google has made no mention of D-Day on their homepage, they did not forget to honor Osama Bin Laden fan, Yuri Kochiyama's birthday.
There are many men to honor and remember, like, Cary Lee Jarvis, who received one of the highest honors given to him by the French government last January, for his actions at D-Day 70 years ago, according to the Virginian Pilot.
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