The cemetery is located on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach (one of the landing beaches of the Normandy Invasion) and the English Channel. It covers 172 acres (70 ha), and contains the remains of 9,387 American military dead, most of whom were killed during the invasion of Normandy and ensuing...read more

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 HQ Batallón) October 30, 2016

Probably you had already watched this movie. It's one of the most short films viewed, more than 5.5 millions views. I don't know which one will be reason. Maybe be that it is starring by boys; or that uniforms, weapons, guns, landing ships, scenes, etc. aren't the same as the ones used in the...read more

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The Sherman Firefly was a British tank based on the US M4 Sherman. It was used by British and Commonwealth Armies. They were fitted with the powerful British 17-pounder anti-tank gun as its main weapon. The Firefly tank was an ordinary Sherman but, in order to...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 27, 2016

The Battle for Caen from June–August 1944 was a battle of the Second World War between Allied forces of the mainly Anglo Canadian Second Army and German forces of Panzergruppe West during the Battle of Normandy.

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Footage of Allied landings in Normandy during Operation Neptune as a part of Operation Overlord. This video shows the fighting for the beaches mainly at Omaha Beach but also the other landing zones are shown.

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On 4th June 2015, dispatches from Juno Beach Centre in France and Nick Logan, Global News, journalist, reported that had been uncovered a German Tobruk machine gun emplacement of World War II, long buried in the shifting sands of Juno Beach. This ...read more

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