Ahh yes, but the pilots of the Enola Gay were in fact commemorated!
I don't want to argue this ALL night. The fact is, we don't "commemorate" German's, the German army or the German side of WW2 and I prefer it that way.
But my stance remains. My next door neighbours father was killed in WW2. He was part of the German army. He remembers all too well and still grieves (albeit to a lesser extend). Can you deny him his remembrance? He grieves his father, the soldier, not Germany the oppressor.
1st Ranger Platoon of Canada
Rangers Lead the Way. Most of the time.