Hi and welcome back to my blog. Today I am going to be talking about D-Day and why it is significant. We have been discussing a lot about the historical importance and what it means in class. So today, I am going to make a case on why D-day is an exciting event. D-Day happened in WW2, and it pretty much won the war. In my opinion, If you ask everyone here at Seycove if they know about d-day or even ask all of Deep Cove, they would all be aware of what D-day is. But let’s talk about what makes an event historically significant and some keywords that make it so important. I think the first thing you need to ask is about the timing of one of the most extensive beach raids, if not the biggest, where so people lost their lives after that day the Germans could no longer hold off the allies. The next thing I think you need is to know is how deeply it affected peoples lives. It affected everyone on that beach, some losing their lives or their loved ones. It also affected Hitler in a great way. He could no longer hold off the allies eventually killed himself and his family. Lastly, how it would have affected our lives today, if the allies didn’t win the storming of the beach. We learn about it in school and it’s a big part of our history. The way it has impacted our lives today. So now after all this, do you think D-day is historically significant? You tell me.