This web-site is a memorial dedicated to Allen Perry Moberly, a Sargent in the United States Army during World War II, who lost his life as a result of injuries sustained on D-Day, June 6, 1944. This memorial is possible because of the generosity and commitment to the memories of these soldiers and their sacrifice of Mr. Albert H. Small, who created the Normandy Institute in partnership with National History Day. The Normandy Institute takes 15 students and their teachers on a life-changing journey to Washington, D.C. and Normandy, France, where the students and teachers visit historic sites related to World War II and D-Day. As part of the institute, each student is required to pick a solider from his or her home state who is buried in the American Cemetery in Normandy to research in depth, and then write a eulogy to present at the soldier's grave. The students were also required to make a web-site dedicated to their solider. This is for you, Allen.