Tuesday, June 07, 2005

D-Day Essay by Varifrank

As you wander around the blogosphere, every so often you come across a blog written by a writer so talented that you find yourself re-reading the piece a second time. Varifrank is one of those writers. His post on General Eisenhower and D-Day is a must read.

"Despite all of his preparations, despite all of his planning, with all of the valor and bravery of the men under his command, he knew the truth. Despite his being the most powerful military leader in the history of mankind and in command of the largest force of free men under arms ever assembled, he and the rest of the western world were taking the biggest risk in the entire war and it could all go horribly wrong."

I wish I could write half as well. Go read the whole thing here.


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