Baby born on D-Day, named Dee Day


Randolph and Alice Edwards of Norfolk, Virginia, welcomed a baby girl on June 6, 1944.

This was D-Day — the day Allied forces invaded northern France via beach landings in Normandy — so they named their daughter Dee Day Edwards.

Source: “Baby Girl Named Dee Day Edwards.” St. Joseph News-Press 6 Jun. 1944: 6.

Image: Normandy Invasion (public domain)

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