Of Course… Obama Will Recognize German Suffering During D-Day Anniversary Events

President Barack Obama will travel to the Buchenwald Concentration Camp during D-Day Anniversary events in Europe. The president plans on acknowledging German suffering during the anniversary ceremonies.
The Times Online reported, via JWF:

During the election campaign Mr Obama sought regularly to deflect any suggestion that his exotic multinational background meant that he lacked patriotism by pointing out how his maternal grandfather, Stanley Dunham, had “marched with Patton’s army” after the Normandy landings.

…Visiting a concentration camp will send an important message to Israel and Jewish voters back home — who have sometimes been suspicious towards him — that he fully recognises the horrors of the Holocaust.

But he will be aware of the sensibilities of his German hosts before the D-Day commemoration and by travelling to Dresden — a city destroyed by ferocious Allied bombing in February 1945 — Mr Obama will also acknowledge how Germany suffered during the Second World War.

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