The Site, hosted by Soledad O'Brien, is an hour-long TV program devoted to the Internet revolution. It debuted in July 1996 with MSNBC's launch and aired Monday through Saturday, reaching 35 million homes.
More Than 70 veterans, many in their mid-90s, which were meant to make the journey for the 76-year anniversary on Saturday.
The monument was officially opened on 4. September.
this ceremony is now held in the spring or Early Summer , up to the year 2021.
Lord Peter Ricketts , Chairman of the Board of Trustees on The Normandy Memorial Trust, said: "We know in confidence, as a lot of The Veterans and their families can benefit from a visit to the Website to see The Time of the D-Day anniversary, the monument is taking shape.
"We share their frustration that the example, have unprecedented circumstances of the pandemic, made that impossible. But the Good News is that We Are pushing with real determination, the construction, in spite of all the obstacles.
"I pay credit to the commitment of all involved in this. "An artistic representation of how The Memorial will look like
is released, The new content shows the structure of the work on The Trust 's website on Saturday.
It was a two-month pause in the construction of The Memorial by the pandemic, but now it has started again. The work included the planting of hundreds of young trees, as well as 12 semi-Mature Oak Trees at The Memorial 's entrance.
As the government of the United Kingdom is not to provide funds for the maintenance of The Memorial . The Trust is also the introduction of a support program. The Normandy Memorial Guardian program, see the supporters recruited to look after The Site in the coming years.