D-Day Beaches (crs)

D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
Sainte-Mère-Église in the Background
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
      
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Azeville Battery
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
      
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Free French Landing Beach
      
Modern Use
Free French Landing Beach
D-Day Beaches
Landing Celebration, June 2006
D-Day Beaches
Landing Celebration, June 2006
D-Day Beaches
Landing Celebration, June 2006
Scottish Participants
Landing Celebration, June 2006
D-Day Beaches
Longues Battery
      
D-Day Beaches
Longues Battery
D-Day Beaches
Longues Battery
D-Day Beaches
An Americal Serviceman

 

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The invasion by Allied forces into German held France during World War II was named Operation Overlord.  The invasion began at 12:15 A.M. on June 6, 1944.  This day is remembered as D-Day.  Normandy became the site of the invasion.  I visited the beach area on June 5, 2006.  The French were decorating in remembrance.  Both British and French troops were present.  Even after all of these years, the mood was very appreciative toward US efforts.  There were US, Canadian and British flags everywhere.

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