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Design Mom • 49 weeks ago

Peace Day Normandy Installation. 9000 silhouettes made on the D-Day beaches to commemorate the fallen soldiers.

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On this day 6th June, 1944 The Battle of Normandy began. D-Day, code named Operation Overlord, commenced with the landing of 155,000 Allied troops on the beaches of Normandy in France to liberate Western Europe from German occupation. The allied soldiers quickly broke through the Atlantic Wall and pushed inland in the larges amphibious military operation in history. We will always remember them

  • Kathy C

    Makes me proud to be British!

  • C & W Ranch

    Me, we & the U.S. have always been proud to have been a friend & ally to the U.K. ☻

  • Kathy C

    Ditto . . . although next year I hope to get my dual US citizenship too so I can be proud of both places!

  • C & W Ranch

    Good luck Kathy!

  • Kathy C

    Thanks. :-)

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