This Sunday every radio station should play President Franklin D Roosevelt’s national prayer broadcast on the evening American and allied troops had successfully landed in France. D Day was the biggest single event of World War Two.
Hearing an American President (and the most famous liberal Democrat in history) ask the American people to join in prayer and then openly praying to God is an emotional experience. It would be good for America if each year we remembered D Day with President Roosevelt’s prayer.
FDR addressed the nation and asked if they would pray with him. Of course a lot of these clips aren’t from Normandy, but the main theme is Amphibious Assaults and Aerial Combat.
Music: Heart of Courage by Two Steps from Hell.
Clips: The Thin Red Line
Band of Brothers
Saving Private Ryan
Letters from Iwo Jima
Flags of our Fathers
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