D Day 60 years of peice

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Evening all

Sunday 1944-45 was the fallin of German empire. On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland. Britain and France, Poland's allies, declared war on Germany. British troops were driven from the Continent
Then Hitler made a strategic error. In June 1941 he invaded the Soviet Union. On December 7, 1941, the war took another dramatic turn. Japan attacked American, British, and Dutch territories in the Pacific. On December 11, Suday Sunday wict as pasted it as been 60 years of peice in Europe.

to say thank you for there time for what they did. with out our guy's and girlswo thought this war where would we be today and its our turn to say thank you
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What peice of europe are we thanking them for?
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Is english not your first language? Either way, can you please make sure
you spellcheck you posts and be sure to type complete, coherent
sentences. I have read through this post a few times now and still can't
understand the its point.
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Ya, thats a pretty good summarization of the fall of the Nazi empire. Reminds me a terrific quote.

"Not a step backwards" (Stalin)
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Most of the post is free of gramatical and spelling errors (the last two sentences excluded). And you should be able to get most of the post's meaning from context. If not:

Well it's a brief summary of the second world war. And a thank you to the people that gave their lives to help prevent stop the spread of Nazi Gemany.

It was the 60th anniversary of d-day on sunday (you know what D-day is, right? It was rather an important event). Obviously the post is thanking the sacrifice made by the allied forces, who fought to liberate france and make the first major victory against the Nazis. Thanking the hundreds of thousands dead, wounded or MIA on that single day, in a single battle. Probably the most significant and important battle of the entire war, because it marked the beginning of the end of the first(edit -WTF? I mean second :roll: ) world war.

We should be thanking them and everyone else who fought in the war. It could very easily have gone the other way, and the National Socialism could have dominated europe (and from there, who knows where it would have gone.... )
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Thanks

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