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|Newsletter 60 | November 2017 | www.backtonormandy.org ||
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Normandy is veritable open-air museum. Back to Normandy brings all (with your help!?) museums and places of interest and remembrance connected with D-Day together and the ensuing offensive of the Allied Forces in the three departments of Calvados, Manche and Orne.
Eight itineraries in chronological sequence clearly signposted “Normandy Terre-Liberté”, enable to visit or to discover this history packed places and to follow the unfolding of this huge battle on which the outcome of Second World War depended. See the map by www.normandiememoire.com with an overview of the itineries.
1. Overlord-l’Assaut (the Onslaught): 70 km from Pegasus Bridge to Bayeux via Sword, Juno and Gold Beach.
Visit the history of the Normandy Landings and Normandy Battle by following the signposts (see the 8 links) through Normandy.
Eight maps - with a short video introduction about what happened on this route - will show you the details as they are written on Back to Normandy. Scroll down under the video to see the cities mentioned on this route. You can always use the the map search function to find out the historical details from your specific search, somewhere in Western Europe.
Overview the cities: click here
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