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American Airlines honors veterans with special journey to Normandy for the...

Article courtesy of American Airlines FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines proudly announces a historic endeavor to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the D-Day...

Charles Norman Shay: Hero of D-Day

Charles Norman Shay: Hero of D-Day Unlike many divisions landing on D-Day on June 6, 1944, the U.S. First Infantry Division, nicknamed The Big...

Michelin North America Sponsors WWII Veterans Embarking on Milestone Return to...

Photo and article courtesy of Michelin. GREENVILLE, S.C., April 15, 2024 – Michelin North America, Inc., has partnered with the Best Defense Foundation and Delta...

UNESCO Ponders Making D-Day Landing Beaches a World Heritage Site

While considered hallowed ground in many countries, the historic D-Day landing beaches in Normandy, France, have not been seriously considered as a UNESCO World...

7 Misconceptions About the D-Day Landing at Omaha Beach

On June 6, 1944, more than 150,000 soldiers from the United States and other allied nations invaded the coast of France to overthrow the...

Work Begins on Visitor’s Center at British Normandy Memorial

From a BAE Systems press release: Construction of a new visitors’ pavilion to commemorate the D-Day landings has begun in Normandy, France, following a £600,000...

Part II: Planning Your Trip to Normandy and the D-Day Landing...

Eating in Normandy… After reading Part I, you have landed in France, rented a car at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, have driven to Bayeux (stopping...

Part I: Planning Your Trip to Normandy and the D-Day Landing...

More than 1 million Americans annually visit the Normandy region of France, particularly to see the June 6, 1944, landing beaches. In terms of...

New D-Day Documentary On Our YouTube Channel!

A French family befriends an American soldier at a chateau near Omaha Beach during the June 6, 1944, D-Day landings. Their families remain friends...

Museum Receives Drawing of French D-Day Chateau

The Stonewall Brigade Museum has received the donation of a large pen and ink drawing depicting the Vierville Chateau that played a prominent part...
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