WW II

Dallas resident Printis Sibley, Omaha beach. A salute, but no words. Too emotional (Credit: Doug Dunbar/CBS 11).

Return To D-Day: The Salute

As we walked down toward Omaha beach, there weren’t many words. Just ahead, the cold, imposing body of water looks no different than it did 70 years ago, our men tell me.

06/04/2014

Incredible moment. French students mob Rowlett resident Ormand Knowles when learning he is #dday70 vet! Rock star!  (Credit: Doug Dunbar/CBS 11).

Return To D-Day: “The War Is Over”

“The War Is Over” There aren’t many people who can say they heard those words, before the rest of the world. But one of our North Texas D-Day veterans on our trip did. As we […]

06/02/2014

A photo taken on December 2, 1938 of some of the 5,000 Jewish and non-Aryan German child refugees, the 'Kindertransport', arriving in England at Harwich from Germany. (credit: Fred Morley/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

North Texan Recalls System That Saved Holocaust Children From Nazis

The World War II Kindertransport was a British rescue operation that saved thousands of children’s lives but not before offering parents a harrowing choice. One North Texas woman who lived through it is now speaking out to make sure the next generation never forgets.

CBS 11–02/21/2014