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D Day 1944 Robert Capa (this is NOT a Capa photo: was taken on Omaha Beach by Walter Rosenblum )

Les Braves statues, Omaha Beach, Normandy, France   I cannot wait to see this! A

Touring World War Two Normandy Beaches of France

I am all for for historical trips and tours, so imagine my excitement when we visited the D-Day Beaches in Normandy, France! #travel #beach

D-Day Beaches in Normandy: A WWII Historical Tour

Really detailed info for our Normandy D-Day museum visits. I am all for for historical trips and tours, so imagine my excitement when we visited the D-Day Beaches in Normandy, France!

arromanches beach, normandie :: france. Part of the floating peir the allies floated for the invasion of France . I saw this .

Arromanches ~ Gold Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of the Allies "floating pier" from World War II.

Pointe du Hoc. Omaha Beach, pockmarked by D-Day bombardment.

Squirrel in the sky

Omaha Beach, pocked by D-Day bombardment. On June five Normandy beaches were stormed by British, Canadian and American troops

Omaha Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of a Higgins Boat on Omaha Beach. These were made of wood from a factory in New Orleans!

Omaha Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of a Higgins Boat on Omaha Beach. These were made of wood from a factory in New Orleans!

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: Utah Beach

D-Day Beaches in Normandy France

NORMANDY'S D-DAY BEACHES Haute-Normandie, France - Visit the museums, cemeteries, and memorials; The American cemetery is on a cliff above Omaha Beach, and the British Cemetery is at Bayeux.

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy- loved this place!

Beaches of Normandy, France - Visited during the 60th anniversary party, very solemn and patriotic. Once and a lifetime experience!

History was made at Normandy’s D-Day beaches. On the morning of June tens of thousands of Allied soldiers stormed the beaches, code-named Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. It was the largest amphibious operation in history.

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