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Bayeux makes an ideal launching place to take a trip through history to the final stages of the Second World War. It was on the Normandy coast near Bayeux that the Allies undertook the biggest amphibious landing in history. It was the first stage ... 

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The Cliffs

October 2008

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A memorial where the bombs dropped on the German Army. The area has been left as a memorial to the lives lost.

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Omaha Beach Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

A section of the cemetery

June 2014

Just one small section of this beautiful cemetery, showing how it overlooks the ocean to create a peaceful setting.

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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

Returning to Omaha Beach

May 2014

My daughter and I bringing back my father's flag from his military funeral, 70 years after he landed on Omaha beach

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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

A veteran returns to Bayeux

February 2014

As we toured the basilica a veteran made a visit

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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

American Cemetery

January 2014

A small view of the American cemetery.

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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

Mulberry Harbor - Arromanches

October 2013

This is a view of the coastline near Arromanches where the temporary British and quot;mulberry and quot; harbor was staged after the WW2 Normandy invasion.

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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

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