On 100th anniversary of US entry to WWI, French Consulate honors N. American WWII veterans

Christophe Lemoine, French Consul-General to Los Angeles, commemorates the 100th anniversary of US entry to World War I by welcoming North American WWII veterans of liberating France to their 2017 Bastille Day celebration at the French Consul's residence. 

Bob Johnson, an American Knight in French Legion of Honor has volunteered for over 18-years in veterans recognition programs.

Eric Weider, Canadian-American businessman and historian, discusses Canada's role invading Normandy and fighting Nazis to liberate Europe in World War II. 

Knight of the French Legion of Honor, Jerry King, a 10 Battle-Star earner who was involved in Sainte-Mère-Église in the Allies quest to liberate France impresses Eric Weider's wife Janet. 

Michael Reagan on U.S. veterans; his father, the late Pres. Ronald Reagan's legacy in Normandy; dismay at millenials' ignorance about Allies fighting to free Europe from fascism.

Filmmaker, Doug Stebbleton, discusses his documentary, "Heroes of the Second World War" at L.A. screening for veterans, including many World War II vets, in Los Angeles. He mentions their screening at the Airborne Museum in Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy.

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