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... beach and out at sea. Giant, rusted, moss and barnacle covered concrete structures still stretch out into the ocean. These were the structures originally laid down, which were then covered with bridges, acting as long, artificial docks that british ships could go along side and unload onto.
Biked from Arromanches to Longues-sur-Mer. Just north of the town lies the remains of a major German gun installation that was in use on D-Day. There are ...
The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American troops who died in Europe during World War II. (Wikipedia)
This cemetery honors the American soldiers that died during D-Day, and representing each of them with white crosses, I must say that this place is very well maintained as it ...
... Mirror, The Telegraph - last year reported that ....In his log the German Luftwaffe ace said " As soon as I took course I noticed above a row of British bombers flying below the moon lighted cloud cover. "Similar to a shadow theatre, the bombers stood out against the clouds. However they could not see me against the dark earth (ground). "We were at war and the enemy had to be combated, and I was in a favourable flying position. "Within a few minutes, ...
... cheese, pate, etc and have a picnic on board. This time we got prawns as well (I was tempted to buy a bag of shell-on prawns but good sense prevailed. Can you imagine the mess...) but I was in a hurry & forgot to weigh the grapes so we had to do without them.
I’ve never been to Cherbourg yet, especially on the homeward leg, where it hasn’t rained. My old man spent a year here as a POW ...
... really is. Let's put this in context. My home is in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. As the fourth largest province in Canada, Alberta encompasses 662,000 sq kilometres with a population of just over 3.7 million people. Not a lot of folk spread over a wide area in Western Canada. By comparison, France covers 544,000 sq kilometres but has a population of over 62 million people. However, in no time, a visitor to France is swept up in a false sense of geographic distortion. With so much ...