D-Day 75th Anniversary Exhibit At The FDR Museum In Hyde Park

I got a sneak-peek today at a new exhibit at the FDR Presidential Library and I highly recommend it.

The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum is hosting a new exhibit in recognition of the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day Invasion during WWII ."D-DAY: FDR AND CHURCHILL'S 'MIGHTY ENDEAVOR'" opens tomorrow in the gallery at the museum in Hyde Park.It features many items never before on public display.

“This exhibit explores a friendship between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill -- often called the most important of the twentieth century. Forged amid the most devastating war in human history, it has attained an almost mythic status. The complexity of their “special relationship” is revealed in the top-secret communications that flowed back and forth across the Atlantic as they debated and decided on the greatest amphibious assault in the annals of war. Visit www.fdrlibrary.org for more information about the exhibition.”