This World War II Hero’s Art Said What Words Couldn’t

This World War II Hero’s Art Said What Words Couldn’t
As the gray dawn spread over the coast of Normandy on June 6, 1944, revealing the legions of Allied ships staged to begin the D-Day invasion, a 25-year-old French aristocrat-turned-commando named Count Guy de Montlaur was told his squad would be one of the very first to splash onto the beach. Their mission was to take a seaside casino that held a Nazi stronghold.

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This World War II Hero’s Art Said What Words Couldn’t
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