Just a few summers ago Mark was traveling in France with WWII Veteran Mort Sheffloe, who sadly, recently passed away. While walking the sands of Omaha Beach and Utah Beach, sitting in cafés in Normandy or dining in Paris, Mort shared his memories of the war, and his battles in Normandy and Brittany in 1944. In the second of the two-part interview Mort talks about Operation Cobra and being shot by a German sniper near Brest and his recovery and return to the U.S.

We hope you’ll take a few minutes to listen to Mort himself share his WWII experiences at the very places where they happened.

Missed part one? Listen here:

Remembering WWII Veteran Mort Sheffloe: Part I >