D-Day and Normandy battle
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Normandy battle : 6th June 1944 - 22th August 1944                                                                        

Normandiememoire.com Bloody Omaha - 06/06/1944 Saint Lô - 18/07/1944 Caen - 19/07/1944 Trun/Chambois Gap - 21/08/1944 Normandiememoire.com

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  War pictures inside :  Please see in the following pages : Calvados, Manche, Orne.          "English version" / "Version en français"             Veteran testimonies inside :  Please see in the following pages : Calvados, Manche, Orne. 

                                                                                         Last update : March 16, 2016


Many veterans, may be like you, couldn't come back in Normandy on the spot of D-Day and the Normandy battle. This website is especially made for you and to give possibilities to see again the Normandy places which you have in your memory and in your heart, like :


Small villages

Fields in the Bocage


Little country roads



            and so on and so on.

Don't hesitate to request what places, localities, or other things you want to see, and give details to facilitate investigations (see page "Request").

In accordance with your request, pictures will be made and put in place in this website, in "Calvados, Manche and Orne " webpages.

To send directly a message or a testimony, go to the file, part "message".

The 70th birthday of D-Day and the Normandy battle was a great time for our country, and it's essential to think of all veterans during and after this event..

You can find more information about 70th anniversary ceremonies and events in Normandy in  the "http://www.le70e-normandie.fr/".

Gratitude with our heroic veterans of D-Day and the battle of Normandy.    


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Website general purpose :

Memory places, landing places, Normandy battle places, d-day places, remember d-day places, are always associated to martyred towns like Caen, Carentan, Saint lô, Falaise, Alençon, Argentan, Valognes, Cherbourg, Coutances, Avranches, Mortain , Sainte Mère église, La Fière, Authie, Buron, Saint Contest, Abbaye d' Ardennes, Villers bocage, Aunay sur odon, Tilly sur seulles, and beaches like Omaha, Gold, Juno, Sword, Utah, and other places like Pointe du hoc, Vierville, Saint Laurent, Colleville, Saint Côme du fresné, Bayeux, Mont Saint Michel, Chambois, Coudehard, Saint lambert sur dives, Pegasus bridge, Ranville, Arromanches, hill 112, hill 113, hill 314 and the lost Battalion,  le Merderet, l'Odon, la Seulles, Fresville, Angoville au plain, Saint Martin de Varreville, La Madeleine, Moon sur elle, livry,caumont, chapelle enjuger, roncey.

Veterans,  D-Day and Normandy battle places pictures in gratitude of missing soldiers, dead soldiers, who were in Normandy cimeteries (parachutist, infantry, marine). Most important people during Normandy battle were Churchill, Eisenhower, De Gaulle, Major D.V. Currie of "C" SQN of the South Alberta Regiment, General Leclerc, commando kieffer.

Omaha beach, 348th Combat Eng, attached to the 2nd Tanger Bat., part of 5th Corps, 1st Army, Fox Red.

Movies like Band of brothers and Saving private Ryan.

Veterans can bear evidences and anecdotes of D-day and Normandy battle.

Very famous canadian compagny was the Compagny of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, part of the 4th Canadian Armoured Division. 

The North Nova Scotia Highlanders in Buron, Authie, Saint Contest.

Liberation days in Normandy were very importants for civils, and mean memory day for missing civils, dead civils and refugees during the battle.