Remembering D-Day: Birmingham Resident’s Father Fought At Normandy, Lived To Tell The Tale

| June 7, 2019 @ 5:00 am

By Donna Cope

Seventy-five years ago, American servicemen fought on the beaches of Normandy to retain U.S. freedom, and that of Europe, in the D-Day invasion.

Most of the U.S. servicemen who fought the Germans on June 6, 1944, have died. But their valor remains in the hearts and minds of Americans as they remember and honor the great exploits of bravery that allowed the U.S. and Europe to remain free.

Such is the case for Rick Webster, who took time to honor his father, Charles Edward Webster, a U.S. Army serviceman who fought on the beaches of Normandy and lived to tell about it.

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