Learning history to honor our fallen heroes of D-Day

Learning history to honor our fallen heroes of D-Day

It is an honor to…  honor our fallen heroes.

To make the history of World War II more vivid and meaningful, teams of students and teachers are tracing the footsteps of those who served and died during the invasion of Normandy.

We should always remember and to honor our fallen heroes of all acts.

 

Participants in National History Day’s Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Student & Teacher Institute spend months doing intensive research on a single “silent hero,” before offering a personalized graveside eulogy. The NewsHour’s April Brown reports.

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