Anna Hasenkamp, seventh grade math teacher at Williams Middle School, loves to show her students images like these from D-Day because the men involved were so young. She says it usually hits close to home for the students.
Anna Hasenkamp, seventh grade math teacher at Williams Middle School, loves to show her students images like these from D-Day because the men involved were so young. She says it usually hits close to home for the students. Katrina Moses / (Florence) Morning News
Anna Hasenkamp, seventh grade math teacher at Williams Middle School, loves to show her students images like these from D-Day because the men involved were so young. She says it usually hits close to home for the students. Katrina Moses / (Florence) Morning News

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