The 5th and 6th of June were marked by a feeling of wonder over what could be the "last time".
This raises another question: is the event of equal importance on the other side of the Atlantic? Does it matter to the entire American population, especially to the younger generations? Does it make sense for individuals who did not have a parent, grandparent or great-uncle who landed, and who did not inherit this piece of history and memory? Isn’t there a risk of that memory being erased, or even misunderstood in the face of seemingly unjustified deaths? Do the Americans wonder about the reason they intervene in Europe? Did Europe really give it back to them?