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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Thomas D USA

July 2010

American Cemetery, Thomas D - July 2010

Heroes at rest

American Cemetery

Jack H USA

October 2008

Very overwhelming., Jack H - October 2008

The American Cemetery

Very overwhelming.

Jack H USA

October 2008

A memorial where the bombs dropped on the German Army. The area has been left as a memorial to the lives lost., Jack H - October 2008

The Cliffs

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

Christopher E

July 2016

 Breathtaking and humbling , Christopher E - July 2016

Cemetery at Normandy Beach

Breathtaking and humbling

Suzette O

June 2016

 My Dad and I , Suzette O - June 2016

Point Du Hoc

My Dad and I

HARRIET R

May 2016

 A view of the memorial at the American cemetery in Normandy. , HARRIET R - May 2016

American Cemetery

A view of the memorial at the American cemetery in Normandy.

Anil C

April 2016

 Windy day at Normandy Beaches - thoroughly enjoyed , Anil C - April 2016

Normandy beaches tour

Windy day at Normandy Beaches - thoroughly enjoyed

Rem

November 2015

 Until you see it for yourself, only then you realise that photos and movies cannot convey truly the real size of the stretch of land nor the distance and obstacles the soldiers had to overcome. , Rem - November 2015

Omaha Beach

Until you see it for yourself, only then you realise that photos and movies cannot convey truly the real size of the stretch of land nor the distance and obstacles the soldiers had to overcome.

Judy H

October 2015

 Ann-Sophia took us to the American Cemetery at the end of our day when they were lowering the American Flag and playing Taps. A very special time for us. Photo of Jim Houghton and Connie Nelson, ... , Judy H - October 2015

At the American Cemetery

Ann-Sophia took us to the American Cemetery at the end of our day when they were lowering the American Flag and playing Taps. A very special time for us. Photo of Jim Houghton and Connie Nelson, who's father was part of the D-Day Invasion, along with Bill Nelson and Judy Houghton, their spouses.

Judy H

October 2015

 Ann-Sophia, our guide, explaining about the WWII bunkers to Jim Houghton and Connie Nelson, who's father was part of the D-Day operation and Connie's husband Bill. , Judy H - October 2015

Inside a Point-du-Hoc German bunker

Ann-Sophia, our guide, explaining about the WWII bunkers to Jim Houghton and Connie Nelson, who's father was part of the D-Day operation and Connie's husband Bill.

Scott C

October 2015

 My Wife and I doing our version of the Memorial to V-E Day , Scott C - October 2015

Our Version of the Memorial to the V-E Day

My Wife and I doing our version of the Memorial to V-E Day

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