A British agency is working to decipher a coded message attached to a D-Day pigeon found stuck in a chimney nearly 70 years after World War II. Historians believe the bird was dispatched from Nazi-occupied France on June 6, 1944, during the D-Day invasions but got lost or disoriented on his trip across the Channel. David Martin found the remains of the carrier pigeon behind his fireplace while renovating his home in Bletchingley, England. Now the Government Communications Headquarters is hoping to decipher the message, written in a code long since forgotten by security services. Pigeon enthusiasts are calling for the military bird to be posthumously decorated with the Dickin Medal - the highest possible decoration for valor given to animals. (Daily Telegraph)
WAIT AND SEE THIS BIRD HAD A MEASSAGE THAT IF IT HAD REACH ITS HOME WOULD OF CHANGED THE OUTCOME OF THE WAR. WELL THATS WHAT I PREDICT THE STORY WILL BE.