Friends of D-Day and related Links and
Browse our collection of recommended books,
historical and D-Day/WWII related links and information.
Memories Project -Veterans-Tributes.org
In association with the United States Library of
Congress, Our mission is to provide a: unique,
individualized, global “Cloud-based”
multi-media solution, for capturing, preserving
and sharing veteran stories from around
Project Don't miss the Madison
Jazz Project at the USO Dance that caps off our event each
year. MJP plays the Big Band and Swing sounds of the 1940's
and beyond. Led by John Malkamaki on the alto sax, over 15
musicians and vocalists serve up swinging renditions of jazz
classics and the standards.
United States Aviation Museum
presents 2014 Gathering of Eagles July 19-20, 2014, join
our friends at Lost Nation Airport, Willoughby OH.
United States Aviation Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3
educational institution organized for the purpose of
helping preserve our country's aviation heritage through
educational programs, air show displays and supports
restoration of historical aircraft such as the
Museum's involvement in the Boeing B-29 Superfortress
Aviation Museum Our friends supplying
bomber support at D-Day Conneaut.
This is the home their newly restored
B-25J Mitchell Bomber.
BBC - Children of World War II
Wonderful website illustrated and oriented for children
about what it was like in England during the war. Topics
include Children at war, daily life, food and shopping, etc.
All information and images are kid friendly.
This is the official home of the National D-Day Memorial
located in Bedford, Virginia - the town suffering the
highest per capita losses on D-Day in the nation.
Accounts of the June 6, 1944 Normandy invasion, personal
stories, links and photographs.
- Normandy, France
If you're planning a trip to Normandy, Overlord Tours, managed
by Alain Chesnel and his staff of historians is a definite
must. Alain, one of the leading Normandy Historians, and his
incredibly knowledgeable staff takes you places other tour
companies don't have access to. Their depth of knowledge,
and visual aids will bring the story to life. Visit their
wonderful website for some very interesting pictures, maps
and links and resources and to read about their
accomplishments. My tour with them was a day I'll never
forget.(D-Day Ohio webmaster)
Hospice of the
Western Reserve Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio,
Hospice of the Western Reserve provides hospice services,
palliative care and bereavement support to patients and
families throughout Northeast Ohio including Ashtabula,
Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain and Summit counties.
The Ohio Veterans Homes are State of Ohio facilities
offering long-term independent living, skilled nursing,
memory care and in-residence hospice services exclusively to
Ohio’s wartime veterans. Costs are based on the veteran’s
ability to pay with our maximum costs being 1/3 the cost of
private facilities. In addition to food, medical care and
laundry services, our costs also include physician fees and
VA formulary medication costs. Serving Ohio’s veterans in
two locations: Georgetown, Ohio and Sandusky, Ohio.
National Museum Of World War II Aviation
The National Museum of World War II Aviation will provide
unique educational experiences that promote a deeper
understanding of the historical importance of American
aviation in World War II and its role in shaping the world
in which we live. The Museum does this to preserve and
strengthen the best traditions of the American aviation past
and inspire new generations of leaders and innovators in the
For those looking for more information about D-Day, below is
a selection of books staff and friends have found
interesting. The window directly below shows a selection of
books for more mature audiences. Simply click on an
image/book to bring up a window with a brief book
description and reader reviews so you can decide for
yourself which books are right for you.
The window below features a compiled list from the web,
staff and friends of both non-fiction and fiction children
oriented books on WWII. Click on an image/book to bring up a
window with a book description and reviews so you can check
for age appropriateness and decide for yourself which books
are right for you and your children.
Have a favorite book on D-Day? Email our
webmaster the author and title and we'll take a look.
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