The invasion of Normandy is a personal experience ingrained in the minds of the men and women who were there, but when the last veteran of D-Day has passed on, we will be the only witnesses to their memory. How will we — remember them?
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Normandy Revisited is a feature documentary that explores the untold stories of history's greatest invasion, ensuring that the memories of our last surviving D-Day veterans are preserved for future generations. Hear firsthand from more than a dozen veterans of the campaign, explore the sacred battlefields through intimate footage, discover true valor and sacrifice through historic artifacts, and follow veterans on their emotional journey back to Normandy for the first time since the war. Filmmaker Benjamin Mack-Jackson spent five years gathering these compelling stories, culminating with a journey to France in June 2019. This gripping documentary, released nearly eight decades after D-Day, provides a unique inside look at the forgotten stories of the bloody battle and how the people of France still remember their liberators.
The invasion of Normandy is a personal experience ingrained in the minds of the men and women who were there, but when the last veteran of D-Day has passed on, we will be the only witnesses to their memory. For five years, the WWII Veterans History Project worked tirelessly to capture their memories and tell the story of Operation Overlord like never before. Filmmaker Benjamin Mack-Jackson has interviewed over 100 WWII heroes; many have never told their story before. Remarkable accounts of heroism, courage, and sacrifice are revealed for the first time in Normandy Revisited. These powerful testimonies are crucial to the development of the film and telling the story of this monumental event in world history. From Infantrymen to Paratroopers, Navy and Coast Guard sailors, Airmen, and even Merchant Marines, the oral histories we have collected will preserve these memories and ensure their legacy lives for generations to come. Normandy Revisited takes viewers on a unique experience to see what life was like for the men and women of the Greatest Generation.
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Benjamin Mack-Jackson is the founder of the nonprofit organization WWII Veterans History Project and the Director of Normandy Revisited. He dedicates his time to preserving the memories of WWII veterans and educating his generation about the importance of history and remembering the past. Starting when he was just 13 years old, Benjamin has conducted over 100 interviews with WWII veterans and collected thousands of original WWII artifacts for preservation and display. As an avid motivational speaker, he has made an impact on thousands of people across the country through educational presentations and traveling museum displays. Benjamin has traveled to six countries, capturing stories and creating documentary films. In addition to running his nonprofit, Benjamin is a college student, WWII researcher, and writer for publications around the world. His first book, World War II History for Teens: Understanding the Major Battles, Military Strategy, and Arc of War was published in 2021 and delivers an up-close look at the course of World War II and how it created the world we live in today.
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