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D-Day Soldier's Dog Tag Found in Sand of Omaha Beach


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Marilyn
- 4302 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The family of Pvt. William Bernice Clark never had a funeral for him, never got to say goodbye and never really accepted his fate among the fallen during the Normandy D-Day landings in World War II until the soldier's dog tag was discovered at Omaha Beach



   

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William Synnott (3)
Thursday June 7, 2007, 12:32 pm
The news papers in my area never even mentioned the fact that June 6th was the 63rd anniversary
D-Day. There are still peopIe living that landed on that beach. It is an occasion that should never be forgotten. I thnk the newspaper was trying to make believe it never happend
 

Sammantha L (126)
Thursday June 7, 2007, 2:43 pm
You are so right, William. I only heard about it on Air America Radio.
 

Marilyn B (115)
Saturday June 9, 2007, 1:41 am
I had an uncle who was killed on D-Day during the Normandy invasion. It was before I was born, but it makes the event much more important to me.
 

Archbishop Bruc Simpson (0)
Sunday June 10, 2007, 11:27 am
May all the souls of the departed of that day be at peace.
 

Pat B (356)
Sunday June 10, 2007, 11:42 am
i have my fathers (deceased) my husband's (living) and my dog tags. They are in a special place, and most importantly, in my heart with all the memories. my father never talked about WWII, (Navy), only that he served with Admiral King aboard ship. for all those ...(like the above comment) may their lives NEVER be forgotten, the paper i get every day, had a section about D-Day, though not prominently as it should have been. THIS is a very important significant day for national recognition, as with any war America is involved in/with. God Bless Them All.
 
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