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Overlord

All Beaches

HISTORY REVISITED

Pegasus Bridge

Benouville

THIS WEB SITE IS DEDICATED TO THE BRAVE MEN, HEROES ONE AND ALL, WHO TOOK PART IN THE D-DAY LANDINGS
6th. JUNE 1944.

Merville Battery

British Airborne

82nd. Airborne

D-Day 1944, visit the Normandy Beaches, as they were in 1944 and as they are at the present time. The Normandy people are very thankful for the Great sacrifices of the Allied Forces and have created a living history tour of all the Battlefields of Normandy.
A lot of the information I will be relating, has been gathered during several of these fact finding tours
Along the roadsides of Normandy, are special sign posts which direct you along the correct route of each particular battle.

101st. Airborne

Ste-Mčre-Eglise

Airborne Museum

Omaha Beach

Omaha Today

Utah Beach

Pointe-du-Hoc

Pointe Memorial

The route we will be taking on this web site is from Cherbourg in the west to Merville-Franceville in the east, this will include Ste. Mere Eglise. Utah Beach, Omaha Beach,        La Pointe Du Hoc, Caen, Longues-Sur-Mer, Arromanches, Bayeux, Gold Beach, Juno Beach, Sword Beach, Ouistreham, and Benouville (Pegasus Bridge).

Gold Beach

Arromanches

Arromanches 360°

Longues-sur-Mer

Juno Beach

At the bottom of some pages you will see a dove.
If you click on the dove you will visit the area in peace time.

Juno Today

Sword Beach

Ouistreham

To travel through this D-Day, Normandy web site there are several methods:- For quick reference, use the navigation table on the left of this home page.
From the ALL BEACHES button you can overlook the whole plan and navigate from there.
Or let me be your guide and follow the historical event of the invasion as it happened.

Typhoon Mem.

Caen

Caen Memorial

Bayeux

French Resistance

Allied Airforces

Webmaster: Eddie Clarke

Hobart's Funnies

LET ME BE YOUR GUIDE
CLICK ON SHAEF
BUTTON

Lest we Forget

Operation PLUTO

Mulberry Harbour

Brit. Airborne Mus.

Atlantic Wall

German Cemetery
Jersey Channel Islands

German Army

German Underground Hospital
Jersey Channel Isles

Occupation of
Channel Isles

This web-site was first posted and registered 31st July 1999
                         Last updated: 2nd. September 2009

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