D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative T-Shirt
June 6th 2019 Marks the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. This 75th commemorative D-Day Alstyle t-shirt is United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA / NAFTA) friendly.
Look closely, inside the Tank is the D-Day Invasion. Can you spot the hidden images in the tank? From the top down you can see the Barrage balloons which were large kite balloons used to defend against aircraft attack by raising aloft cables which pose a collision risk, making the Arial attacks from the Luftwaffe more difficult.
You can make out the ships unloading equipment to secure the beachhead. You can see the Willys Jeeps, along with the halftracks just to name a few things. The tank itself not only incorporates the 5 beaches of Normandy from the D-Day Invasion on June 6th, 1944 (Omaha, Utah, Sword, Gold and Juno), it also features the Invasion Star. The Invasion star was painted on all vehicles that landed on the Normandy Beaches. It was a recognition mark to identify vehicles from a distance. As they came in on a 45 mile/72 Kilometer front they wanted to know who is who in the zoo from a distance. The majority of troops who landed on the D-Day beaches were from the United Kingdom, Canada and the US. However, troops from many other countries participated in D-Day and the Battle of Normandy: Australia, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, France, Greece, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Poland. The Invasion Star let them know it was their team.
Below the tank image you will find the 75th anniversary banner.
- 6 oz/yd2 | 10 oz/ly | 203 g/m2
- 100% cotton jersey; fiber content varies by color, see color list for exceptions
- Set-in rib collar with shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
- Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage
Buy online our military history apparel: T-shirts, golf shirts/ polos, sweatshirts and baseball caps commemorating historical armed forces efforts to protect Freedom and Democracy.With our past fundraising initiatives, people have enabled us to donate over 60 THOUSAND DOLLARS which was used to successfully commemorate the lives lost by Canadian soldiers on the beaches of Normandy during World War II. Now the fundraising goal is focused on providing professional service dogs for those members of our Armed Forces and First responders the who suffer with PTSD. We invite you to please give generously to your local Service Dogs Organizations which will complement the funds raised here