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On this date 70 years ago, operation Overlord, or the DDay landings, the largest amphibious assault ever took place. 160,000 troops supported by 5,000 naval vessels and 13,000 aircraft from the United States, Great Britain, and Canada Heroically stormed the beaches of northern France to face the greatest enemy the world has ever known. More than 9,000 brave souls lost their lives on the beaches of Normandy, but their sacrifice allowed more than 100,000 to penetrate Nazi lines and establish a solid beachhead. The DDay landings were the symbolic final nail in the coffin of Nazi Germany and almost assured eventual Allied victory. I ask of you, brothers and sisters of freedom to take a moment of silence this day to remember the brave men that made this victory possible. No matter how the odds may be stacked against us, the U.S. and her Allies will always be victorious in the end. For nothing on earth can put to halt American resolve.

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polandballcomics:

Sleep little Empire, for your time has come.

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forcegirls:

This lovely lady here is Agent Paradox. You can find her on Instagram.

Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper?(Left)

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  • Question: I have a confession: I didn't realize Elizabeth died at the end of Burial at Sea II. I definitely thought she was just, I don't know, relaxing her neck? I'm so embarrassed :) - Anonymous
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    mainlybioshock:

    D’awwww
    Don’t be embarrassed
    A first I was like “why is his having a nap? oh Oh OH NO NO NO NO NO -sobs-“

    Well, I was holding out for a game of the year edition, but now I know the ending…   =(

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