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Doris Day costarred more than once with several actors: Rock Hudson, James Garner, James Cagney, Gordon MacRae, Ronald Reagan, Jack Carson, and Rod Taylor. Although she only made one film with Jack Lemmon, he was disappointed they never made another one. She also remained friends with Louis Jordan until his passing.

Doris Day costarred more than once with several actors: Rock Hudson, James Garner, James Cagney, Gordon MacRae, Ronald Reagan, Jack Carson, and Rod Taylor. Although she only made one film with Jack Lemmon, he was disappointed they never made another one. She also remained friends with Louis Jordan until his passing.

Rare colour photos of WW2, before, during & after D-Day. Fascinating...    American combat engineers eat a meal atop boxes of ammunition stockpiled for the impending D-Day invasion, May 1944.

Rare colour photos of WW2, before, during & after D-Day. Fascinating... American combat engineers eat a meal atop boxes of ammunition stockpiled for the impending D-Day invasion, May 1944.

Soldiers of the 6th German Parachute Regiment caught in a footpath near the French village of Sainteny, July 16, 1944. In the background, Americans of the 4th Infantry Division examine a German Schwimmwagen VW 166 built by Volkswagen.

Soldiers of the 6th German Parachute Regiment caught in a footpath near the French village of Sainteny, July 16, 1944. In the background, Americans of the 4th Infantry Division examine a German Schwimmwagen VW 166 built by Volkswagen.

U.S. paratroopers fix their static lines before a jump before dawn over Normandy on D-Day. The decision to launch the airborne attack in darkness instead of waiting for first light was probably one of the few Allied missteps on June 6, and there was much to criticize both in the training and equipment given to paratroopers and glider-borne troops of the 82nd and 101st airborne divisions. Improvements were called for after the invasion; the hard-won knowledge would be used to advantage later.

U.S. paratroopers fix their static lines before a jump before dawn over Normandy on D-Day. The decision to launch the airborne attack in darkness instead of waiting for first light was probably one of the few Allied missteps on June 6, and there was much to criticize both in the training and equipment given to paratroopers and glider-borne troops of the 82nd and 101st airborne divisions. Improvements were called for after the invasion; the hard-won knowledge would be used to advantage later.

101st Airborne troops posing with a captured Nazi flag, two days after landing at Normandy 8 June 1944.#AmericasMilHist

101st Airborne troops posing with a captured Nazi flag, two days after landing at Normandy 8 June 1944.#AmericasMilHist

Not many people always think about the Native Americans and what we did to wipe them out years ago, and to this day are still discriminating against them because WE stole their land from them.

Not many people always think about the Native Americans and what we did to wipe them out years ago, and to this day are still discriminating against them because WE stole their land from them.

Hang Tough- I want this for my classroom.    Maj. Winters was a great man and my favorite character from Band of Brothers.

Hang Tough- I want this for my classroom. Maj. Winters was a great man and my favorite character from Band of Brothers.

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