Rosie The Riveter Trust - Items filtered by date: May 2019

By John RamosJune 6, 2019 KPIX-5 CBS SF Bay Area

RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — When the D-Day invasion began on June 6, 1944, people in the Bay Area were already busy supporting the war effort by building ships and manufacturing munitions. But it turns out the massive invasion was a surprise to more than just the enemy.

As the largest amphibious invasion in human history commenced, most people in the Bay Area had no idea it was even happening.

Published in In The News

By Liz Kreutz Thursday, June 6, 2019 ABC 7

A group of some of the last surviving "Rosie the Riveters" traveled to Normandy this week for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.

Published in In The News

Interview on MSNBC June 5, 2019

“Rosie The Riveters” - the name given to all the women who worked in the factories and shipyards during World War II while their loved ones were fighting on the frontlines, and sometimes losing their lives in combat. Three real-life “Rosie the Riveters” Marian Wynn, Marian Sousa, and Mae Krier join Andrea Mitchell to talk about the 75th anniversary of D-day.

To watch the interview, click here.

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