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D-Day Sailor Amin Isbir - 6th Naval Beach Battalion - Honoring His Legacy - Video Chronology

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Published on Nov 15, 2015

5 part video chronology in honor of my great uncle Amin Isbir who was killed in action on D-Day, June 6th 1944. For nearly 60 years his death was recorded as June 8th, not June 6th. This video complication chronicles the excavation of his head stone in Normandy after his date of death records were corrected. Following the excavation footage, the replacement, covered nationally, is followed by footage taken on D-Day morning from LCI-88 by a Coast Guard Photographer. This is then followed by General Eisenhower's D-Day Speech/Letter and is concluded with the keynote address and name addition of Amin Isbir, 6th Naval Beach Battalion, to the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford Virginia. I personally delivered the keynote address which chronicles the efforts made, in abbreviated detail, to set the record straight.

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    • Joseph Kilna MacKenzie;Nick Glennie-Smith
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    • We Were Soldiers - Original Motion Picture Score
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