A 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization founded by documentarian George Ciampa, a WWII Army D-Day and Battle of the Bulge Veteran.
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“To educate the next generations on World War II and the importance of FREEDOM through filmed documentaries — the stories of WWII veterans and survivors delivering the factual message that so many lives have been sacrificed to ensure our safety and lifestyle that we all enjoy.”
This has been done principally by taking young high school history teachers on Teachers’ Educational Tours, together with veterans of World War II, to countries where the veterans served. These countries lost and regained their freedom. The teachers listened to stories from citizens who were deprived of their freedom and also heard stories from the veterans themselves about their experiences where they served and fought to liberate them from the enemy.
These veterans, and of course the citizens, who are in the same age group, are not going to be here much longer and their stories will go with them.
A lesson plan devised by a young high school history teacher, Lori Spradlin, in conjunction with filmed documentaries, in DVD format, are invaluable tools for classrooms.
About Our Organization
Learn about how the Let Freedom Ring organization started.
George Ciampa, Founder
Learn more about the World War II veteran turned documentary filmmaker.
Watch partial video content and purchase DVDs of our six films here.
The Leadership Team
Meet the people behind Let Freedom Ring and our Board of Directors.
“D-Day Veterans Return to Normandy — 75 Years Later”
This film, commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day Invasion of Normandy, France, is the final in a series of six Let Freedom Ring documentaries denoting the High Price of Freedom. After a year of raising funds and finding D-Day veterans who could muster the strength to travel, it was filmed in June 2019 on the sacred beaches of Normandy.
This documentary will not only revere those heroes — some from a different land who gave their lives — but to remember those who were lucky enough to live through it all. It also is to honor those French residents of the first generation, who lost their lives in the Invasion and those who survived and carried on the spirit year after year. The second generation has been taught by their parents to never forget the sacrifices that were made. The veterans who visit Normandy over the years can attest to the hospitality of these caring and loving people.
Thanks to the ten D-Day veterans aged 93+ who returned to Normandy this year and participated in this documentary. Some may never go back because of age. Thank you to the D-Day veterans’ companions and other members of the entourage.
“D-Day Veterans Return to Normandy — 75 Years Later” is the sixth and final in a series of World War II films, produced by WWII Army veteran, George Ciampa, President and Founder of LET FREEDOM RING.
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“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”