A D-Day Infographic: 15 Years at The National WWII Museum
June 5th, 2015 by
Seventy-one years ago on June 6, 1944, hundreds of thousands of Allied troops landed along the beaches of Normandy, France to fight Nazi Germany. The D-Day invasion marked the beginning of the end of World War II, turning the tide against the Nazis.
A D-Day Infographic
On the anniversary of D-Day this year, The National WWII Museum is celebrating its 15 years of preserving the story of WWII and making some history of its own. Such an homage to history and the museum’s work demands more than just words on a page. This D-Day, The National WWII Museum is making history come alive in an infographic produced by Search Influence.
The infographic is capturing hearts and minds across the nation, proving this content marketing strategy is helping to spread the word about The National WWII Museum’s efforts to honor the courage, the sacrifices and ultimately, the victory of the American people. In just over 24 hours since launching on social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the infographic received 1,284 likes, 124 shares and reached a total of 25,077 people and counting.
See the full infographic on The National WWII Museum’s website.
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