Within the next five days, the Allies brought over 326,000 troops, 54,000 vehicles and 104,000 tons of supplies to the area for the military operation, according to the D-Day Museum & Overlord Embroidery. Allied forces suffered nearly 10,000 casualties, and more than 4,000 were dead by the end of the battle. During a national broadcast as the Normandy invasion was getting underway, Franklin D. Roosevelt didn't mention the military operation. But in his national address the next day Roosevelt spoke about the invasion and asked for prayer.
Was the invasion of Europe via Normandy necessary? Stalin said it was. Churchill’s choice was to continue the already begun invasion of Europe through Southern Europe. The Allies had already established a front and bases in Italy and were expanding operations from the Adriatic and Aegean Seas into south central Europe. Stalin convinced Harry Hopkins, Roosevelt’s key aid and a devoted Communist, that since there were no Russian troops in Eastern Europe at that time, it would be in the best interest of the Soviet Union and the future of Communism to remove all Allied soldiers and equipment from that area and prepare for an invasion through Northern France. Hopkins and Roosevelt agreed with Stalin and not Churchill.
The war was extended by several years because of this decision made by Stalin, Roosevelt, and Hopkins. The only rationale reason for the decision was to enable the Communists to control Eastern Europe after the war. Consequently, many brave young men were sacrificed for the purpose of aiding Communism which was enthusiastically endorsed by Roosevelt and Hopkins.
Today, Roosevelt is referred to as a great War President despite documentation that shows he refused to aid Germans who wanted to assassinate Hitler that would have shortened the war, and his decision to appease Stalin with his decision to end an already successful invasion of Europe to aid and appease Stalin that extended the war and sacrificed soldiers.
Today we remember those young men who were willing to sacrifice their lives so a terrible evil that controlled Europe could be extinguished. Little did those brave young men realize that they were sacrificing, many with their lives, so one evil could be extinguished but another evil could be assisted knowingly by a man who would later be foolishly revered.
Hopkins was a Communist. Roosevelt had many Communists in his administration and many very close to him. Roosevelt made many decisions to aid Stalin and the Communists. Stalin told the Communist Party of America to support Roosevelt in his third campaign for president. Stalin said that he did not like Churchill because he good not control him, but he admired Roosevelt because Roosevelt did anything and everything Stalin told him to do.
Today, in remembrance of D-Day and those brave soldiers, we honor them and give thanks to them. Today, in remembrance of D-Day, we must give an accurate account of history so the world knows and understands the evil that is Marxism and Communism where a President of the United States can justify the slaughter of young men just so he could aid and appease his Communist friend.