Alla inlägg under januari 2015

Av loren adams - 30 januari 2015 22:20

I am back now..I am sorry..I don't have the time to Email you that i will be busy out here .
It's 4:am here Saturday Morning..I will have to shower now and find something to eat.

Let me get some rest..I will email you in the morning my War Queen.
Don't Worry Be Happy.

GN

 

ANNONS
Av loren adams - 30 januari 2015 08:35

01/29/15 Reuters: Afghanistan´s main intelligence agency said on Wednesday it had arrested a commander of a militant group knowns as the "Suicide Front", that claimed responsibility last year for the execution-style killing of a Swedish jpurnalis., Nils Horner, 52, who worked for Swedish Radio and held a dualBritish-Swedish nationality, was shot dead in the capital´s diplomatic quarter inlast March. The killing compounding fears of deteriorating security of the withdrawal of most foreign troops.

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Av loren adams - 29 januari 2015 06:28

   

You are so wonderful honey

 It's hard to tell your mind to stop loving someone when your heart still does.
The best and most beautiful things in the world can't be seen, nor touched, but are felt in the heart.
Love is like sunshine. It brings a golden glow to its beholder's face. And a warm feeling all over their body. It awakens souls and opens eyes. And when its over, it leaves billions of small memories called stars. To remind the world, that it still exists.
When you love someone, it's something. When someone loves you, it's another thing. When you love the person who loves you back, it's everything.
The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and to be loved in return.
Love is like the wind you can see it but you can't feel it.
A love that is denied only goes stronger.
Love people, use things. Don't use people, don't love things.
Don't fall in love with someone you can live with, fall in love with someone you can't live without.
Love isn't finding the perfect person, it is finding the imperfect person and seeing how they are perfect.

I Love you more

Av loren adams - 28 januari 2015 07:22

D-Day for the invasion of Normandy by the Allies was originally set for June 5, 1944, but bad weather and heavy seas caused Gen. Dwight D Eisenhower to delay until June 6 and that date has been popularly referred to ever since by the short title "D-Day". Decision was made; "Let´s Go".

In the night of 5th-6th June, parachutists and airborne troops dropped from the sky at Sainte Mère Église and Bénouville sur Orne, their task to protect the expiditionary force on two flanks.Soon after daybreak the coast of Calvados was subjected to terrific bombardment by 3,000 aircraft and 30 ships of the line. Ten divisions went into battle, three of them airborne, while the other five launched their assault from the beaches. More than 4,000 landing craft brought the ground units across, escorted by 1,000 smaller warships and covered by nearly 3,000 fighters.

D-Day saw three beachheads established, but at Omaha Beach (Viervelle, Collerville and St. Laurent, the 5th Amerivan Corps was hanging on by its teeth.

 

During the days that followed six road junctions were obliterated by air bombardment. The sacrifice of those places, though bitter, was essential; it was the price of a delay which prevented the Germans from launching the general counter-attack so often promised by Hitler. 

In spite of precarious communications, bombed from the air and constantly harassed the men of the maquis , some 22 enemy dicisions had come up by 30th June to reinforce the three which held the line on the first day of the attack.

By the middle of the same month the allies faced them with 15 divisions. From Britain came by sea the prefabricated harbour of Arromanches, which, although incomplee, proved invaluable during the storm of mid-June. In spite of exceptionally bad weather, 30,000 men and 30,000 tons of supplies were landed every day in this harbour and on the beaches.

The three beachheads were quickly linked up and extended over a front of 80 miles where the battle raged. It was particularly violent in the Caen sector, where German, British and Canadian armoured units hurled themselves against each other in furious combat.

Meanwhile von Rundstedt hesitated tothrow in his reserves on the north bank of the Seine, and when he did so it was already late. The plan prepared two years before by General Eisenhower´s staff was now put into effect: Montgomery took command of all the land forces, and Bradley was placed at the head of the American Army Group. To the East, the British andCanadians attacked without respite. For a long time they made little or no headway, but they drew in the the German reserves. To the West, the 1st American Army, after capturing Cherbourgh on 26th June, tried to smash the German left flank. From then  on this great port was the main base of supply for the battle.

After this the Americans advanced slowly southwards, impeded by difficult ground and by floods. The northen part of Caen fell on 9th July.

On and around the 1st August, American armoured divisions broke through near Saint Lô, which allowed Patton´s Army to push on behind the first Army.

The 3rd American Army surged into the Avranches gap and entered Brittany, where the maquis rose, as the main forces advanced towards the Lorie. Hodge´s Army threw backcounter-attacks at Mortain. Montgomery, realising that the 7th German Army was not withdrawing behind the Seine, decided to encircle it. 

The centre of the 3rd American Army then wheeled northwards. General Leclerc´s division and the 5th American armoured division formed a spearpoint and entered Argentan, while the Canadians, two of whose divisions had been brought to Normandy during July, captured Falaise. The net was finally drawn close at Chambois in mid-August.

The whole of the German Army in France collapsed. A Franco-American army, which had landed on the coast of Provence on 15th August after hard fighting, proceeded by forced marches from the Mediterranean to the Vosges. Von Kluge, the German Commander-in-Chief, powerless to avoid the inevitable, sought escape in suicide. On 19th August, one week the oppressors finally departed, Paris set about its liberation by erecting barricades. The Leclerc division came to its aid and entered the city in triumph. With the exploitation of the victory in Normandy, the Allied Armies were brought almost at a bound to the German frontier.

France, Belgium and South Holland were free at last.

Av loren adams - 27 januari 2015 14:23

It is Spring of 1944. Four years have passed since the invasion of Holland, Belgium and France. Britain has stood firm.

Inspired by the far-sighted vision of President Roosevelt, the United States have brought their decisive might to bear upon the war. Wilting beneath the German onslaughts, Russia has seem to waver, but has recovered magnificently. 

Then came Stalingrad. The enemy, for eighteen months, was in steady retreat. Two-thirds of his forces wore themselves out against the ever-increasing pressure of the Red Army. El Alamein, Africa has been cleaned up, Italy invaded, and Rome is about to fall. Straining towards its liberation and eager to fight for it, France overnight forged its own weapon of Resistansce.

Then came June 1944 and all the World felt the hour was at hand.

 

Av loren adams - 27 januari 2015 07:18

 

Normandy: a province of France which everybody travels through, but few know really well. Houndreds of thousands of visitors land every summer in the great ports of Cherbourgh and Le Havre, but they only passing though. En route for Paris, the banks of the Loire, the Alps or the Mediterranean, they catch a glimps of pastures, orchards, copses and smiling valleys, and all they carry with them is a memory of placid greenness.


Such is the first impression of Normandy, and it is comforting one amid the devastated post-War Europe. Despite its ruins, this country of butter and cheese, of herds and flocks, of cider and Calvados, can still place a generous table before its guests.

In the 8th and 9th centuries the Vikings came down from the North Sea in their light-built boats, seized upon the peaceful lands of the Seine esturary, and Normandy was born. In 1066, led by William the Conqueror, their adventurous spirit launched them forth in on the conquest of Britain.. And now, once again, after centuries of comparative peace, it was from these coasts between the Orne and the Cotentin that the operations of the D-Day developed.





Av loren adams - 26 januari 2015 06:22

just have the time to come online now.
i will be online later 9pm your time..
i love you more
 

Av loren adams - 24 januari 2015 15:32

 

My Angel & you are the only woman that have key to my heart..I am so sorry for replying you lately..I couldn't come online as usual ..Thanks you so much my Love..Your words make my heart got  sweet & warm after reading your messages..I love you everyday..you brought joy to my heart ...
I will be with you soon... Stay with me always.. You own my heart

How  was your weekend? are you okay Sweetheart? Talk to me if you can..ok?

I miss you so much..

   
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