Gold, Juno and Sword D Day Beaches October 2nd 2010 2 October 2010
In continuing changeable weather we started our exploration of the site of the other great conquest associated with this area, the D Day beaches. The British, Canadians and Free French attacked in the east on the beaches named Gold, Juno and Sword and the Americans in the west on Omaha and Utah beaches.
We had camped at the village of Ranville close to the first British parac ... read more
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