Today is, of course, the 67th anniversary of the legendary Normandy Invasion. For the past few years I've commemorated D-Day with a bad drawing or something similar. This year, we're already in the middle of June which I've declared as the month of the 30 Day Music Challenge (see the last 5 entries.) Connected to our heroic veterans from World War II in a very roundabout way, this song reminds me of a very particular place in my own life when I, too, was serving in the military. In Iraq we received the European Armed Forces Network, which was just slightly off from standard American radio. One song which I heard there one night that has just stayed with me ever since was this:
"Manuscripts don't burn"
- Mikhail Bulgakov
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