Thursday, June 07, 2007

How D-Day Would Have Been Reported Today

4 Comments:

Anonymous Linda said...

There would have been total chaos.
The media would have announced the day, the hour, the minute, the second that everything was to be done. Back then the media was not in bed with the enemy. There was an element of surprise for everything that was done. Also, there was unity among the American people. We all stood together and supported our president. The united front was (and still is) essential.

June 07, 2007 12:04 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

What a difference a few decades makes. When D-Day occurred, we learned about it on the radio or read it in newspapers and magazines. No shouting, no demanding that events were happening right or wrong. We accepted that we were at war and we won, we all supported our president and supported the troops. The troops came home to a sincere heros welcome. No blaming others for whatever happened, we were all in it together. The war ended with respect and love for our nation.

June 08, 2007 8:07 AM  
Anonymous lee said...

How times have changed, no more waiting to read about, hear it on radio or tv, everything today is fast motion. The reporters are all over a story bfore it even starts.

June 09, 2007 7:52 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

Blithering idiot journalists of today would not know how to report this.

June 13, 2007 9:30 AM  

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