Photos Of The Ruins of Normandy

War is bad and it hurts a lot of people.
People, animals and plants were killed and injured, buildings were destroyed and damaged to rubble and dust.
And it will take a long, long time and lots of money to build up the place again.
The ruins left behind after warfare speak a language of their own.
And no matter where the conflict has taken place, the destruction is very often the same.
All we see are sad pictures of destroyed buildings and twisted, rusting, abandoned vehicles.
Please look at these pictures, do we want all these to happen to the beautiful places where we live?
Please Click Here For The Photos…

Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Columnist at Utusan Malaysia. Secretary at Pertubuhan Permuafakatan Pendidikan Malaysia (ME'DIDIK).

10 thoughts on “Photos Of The Ruins of Normandy”

  1. That’s right, my dad was in the Canadian army in WWII landing in Sicily onto Italy being captured after Ortona then prisoner in a concentration camp for 18 months near the now Munick. In Italy he was blown 20 feet in the air when Germany blew up their armament so allies wouldn’t get it. That was the second largest ground explosion of WWI and WWII, do you know were the largest one happened, it will surprise you if you don’t? My grandfather was in WWII at age 15 on the front lines was prisoner for 6 months.
    Regards, Rick

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    1. Dear Rick,
      I’m very sorry about your father. Wars are bad and cruel and as I always said, the ones who suffer the most are those who have done nothing to started the wars. I have no idea about the largest ground explosion. But I think the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is the worst disaster of the World Wars.

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      1. Dear Rick,
        Thank you for the information. I did not know about the explosion in Halifax before. I wish you can share some photos and information so that I can write about it because I guess there are lots of other people who do not know about it.

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      1. Dear Richard,
        That is why I hate wars. I do not understand why the adults cannot sit and talk things over as what they teach kids to do. The worst thing about war is, the victims are usually the civilians and the people who have no power and do not have anything to do with starting the war.

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