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Maybe you don't know that British landings of D-Day were possible thanks to help from two British X-Crafts and their crews. This fact is virtually unknown. They were the HMS X20 and HMS X23; they were midget submarines. They spent five days on seabed just yards...read more

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The Atlantic Wall Museum at Ouistreham (Normandy) is inside the old German headquarter which was in charge of the batteries covering the entrance of the river Orne and the canal, at the very eastern extreme of the D-Day beach landings on Sword Beach.The 52ft high concrete tower has been fully...read more

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Amanecer del 6 de junio de 1944, las aguas de la zona de Normandíaestaban cubiertas por una capa de niebla y en el ambiente reina una relativa calma. De repente, la niebla se levanta y el mar se encuentra repleto de todo tipo de barcos que se dirigen a la playa. Asustados los alemanes intentan...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 25, 2015

D-Day, 6th June 1944: the launch of Operation Overlord. The battle that began the liberation of Europe. The last moment the German Army might have rescued the fate of Adolf Hitler. The beginning of the end of the Second World War. D-Day is a date permanently etched in our nation's memory....read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 16, 2014
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The 1200m² museum showcases an important collection of uniforms, vehicles, personal objects, arms, weapons. Many reconsitutions of Amercian and German service life dive you into the heart of the D-day story permitting a peep into the daily lives of all those who landed to liberate us and to...(find out more)

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 HQ Comando Supremo) July 12, 2014

The Battle for Caen from June–August 1944 was a battle between Allied forces of the mainly Anglo-Canadian Second Army and German forces of Panzergruppe West during the Battle of Normandy. The Allies aimed to take the French city of Caen, one of the largest cities in Normandy, on D-Day. Caen was...read more

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In this photo provided by the British Navy, wounded British troops from the South Lancashire and Middlesex regiments are being helped ashore at Sword Beach, June 6, 1944, during the D-Day invasion of German occupied France during World War II.

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