Omaha Beach


, Last update: May 23 2017,
This museum traces the period of the Allied landings on D-Day in Normandy until the liberation of Paris. It boasts an impressive collection ranging from army infantry equipment and...

, Last update: November 27 2016,
The Little town of Arromanches-les-Bains on the French coast in Normandy was part of the D-Day Landings on the 6th of June in 1944. Arromanche was in the 'Gold...

, Last update: October 24 2016,
Between Omaha beach and Gold beach lies Marine Küsten Batterie Longues-sur-Mer or M.K.B. Longues-sur-Mer. Construction started in September 1943 and finished just two months before D-day in April 1944.

, Last update: January 6 2016,
Battery Maisy or Widerstandsnest 83 was a coastal fortification on the Atlantic Wall near the French town of Grandcamp - Maisy in Normandy. It was constructed by Organisation Todt...

, Last update: October 31 2016,
In September 1940, as part of the plan to invade England, Battery Siegfried (Stp. 186 Saitenspeil) became operational. The battery existed mainly out of four very large concrete tower...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
On 6 june 1944 the first wave of soldiers had to wade through this water for many yards under heavy fire, before finally reaching the wide beach, having to...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
Situated between the beaches of Utah and Omaha, a strongpoint built by Organisation Todt, with an artillery battery of six captured French 155mm guns at Pointe du Hoc, prestented...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
With a view on Omaha Beach and the English Channel from which they came, 9.387 white crosses and stars look out from their final resting place on this American...

, Last update: May 23 2017,
Our first stop after leaving home really early in the morning. We stretched our legs walking around this impressive Tiger 1. The tank stands here pointing towards the valley...




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