June 6, D-Day in art

A post about D-Day from Pacificparatrooper

Pacific Paratrooper

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HONOR A VETERAN — FLY YOUR FLAG

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A recent new book release, something I don’t normally do in a post, caught my eye this week…

“The Girls of Atomic City” by Denise Kiernan

An intriguing tale of women who worked under top security conditions and sworn to secrecy. Now in their 80’s and 90’s finally have their story related. Under eminent domain, the government seized 60,000 acres in East Tennessee and created a massive industrial complex that would not be located on any map. The girls in this atomic city worked to create the atomic bomb without any knowledge of the drastic effects of the plutonium radiation. This is an unknown (in some cases forgotten) chapter of American history. The women of WWII, usually portrayed as ‘Rosie the Riveter’ or military nurses can now add the names of those from the cramped encampments of Oak Ridge.

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7 thoughts on “June 6, D-Day in art

      1. Thank you, Pierre, but we are lucky to live in a “pocket” area (the internet connection isn’t). Something tells me this might be a rough hurricane season – hope I’m wrong.

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