The Measure of Dwight D. Eisenhower's Christian Faith by Alan Sears & Ryan L. Cole
The forecast for June 6, 1944, offered a small window of opportunity, a break in the relentlessly bad weather. The decision was made: at 6:30 that morning the Allied forces would cross the English Channel and begin the long-planned invasion of Normandy.
Shortly before the convoys departed, an Order of the Day was issued in which General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Supreme Allied Commander, reminded his men of the stakes at issue as well as the goal of . . .
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