Normandy Wall Drawing Says it All

This drawing is on a wall opposite the restaurant where we had lunch in Arromanches-les-Bains, which is a small village in Normandy. We visited the American military cemetery in Normandy, a sobering reminder of the more than 9,000 soldiers that are buried, including 3,000 unidentified young men, who died on D-Day or soon thereafter from their wounds. As Florence and I walked through the cemetery I could not help but wonder how many potential inventors, scientists and other creative young men died that day.


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