The D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy
At dawn on June 6th 1944, Normandy was the theatre for the largest military operation of all time which radically changed the outcome of World War II.
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The memory lives on… In 2019, all eyes will be on the D-Day Landing Beaches and the sites of the Battle of Normandy. The 75th Anniversary will be commemorated with numerous events and festivities such as parades, firework displays, airdrops and military camp re-enactments. A major date for your diaries.
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- Free Once More At dawn on June 6th 1944, Normandy was the theatre for the biggest military operation of all time.
- Sites and museums D-Day sites, museums, cemeteries, German batteries, remains of the Atlantic Wall scattered throughout Normandy are committed to preserving and communicating the memory of these tragic events which profoundly affected history, the landscape and the ...
- Pictures of the war and the Liberation Take a look at the films and photos of some of the D-Day and the Battle of Normandy sites.