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A Testimonial for D-Day Tours of Normandy

By | July 16th, 2014|Categories: D Day, D Day 70, D Day Cemeteries|Tags: , , |

A Testimonial for our D-Day Tours Some kind words from satisfied clients. The wild and rugged Pointe Du Hoc, scene of one of the most heroic assaults on D-Day. Cited as a highlight of our 3 day tour by Michael and Heather Harper in their kind testimonial. I have had the privilege of meeting some [...]

We must never forget our fallen heroes.

By | November 11th, 2013|Categories: D Day, D Day 70, D Day Cemeteries, D Day Memorials, Normandy|

Memorial Poppies Remembrance Day 2013 Wars are not about adventure or glory and they certainly aren't about poetry. They are about battles and people killing other people. War is a very nasty business. We should never forget those who gave their lives in war so that we could live in peace and freedom. By [...]

Omaha Beach D Day 1st Lieutenant Jimmie Monteith Jr

By | August 27th, 2013|Categories: 1st Infantry Division, 70th Anniversary, D Day, D Day Cemeteries, D Day Memorials, Medal of Honor, Omaha Beach|

Omaha Beach: US Cemetery Colleville Sur Mer 1st Lieutenant Jimmie W Monteith Jr 16th Inf/Rgt / 1st Infantry Division. Landing with the first wave at Fox Sector on OMAHA Beach on D-Day 6th June 1944, Jimmie Monteith was one of approximately 3,000 United States casualties on OMAHA Beach. His outstanding bravery and leadership led to a [...]

D Day Tours of Normandy, an overview video

By | June 18th, 2013|Categories: D Day, D Day 70, D Day Cemeteries, D Day Memorials, Normandy|

D Day Tours Video. We have made a short video to give you some flavour of what our tours are like and some of the things you could do and see on a tour with www.d-daytoursnormandy.com This video gives only the briefest look at what we can do, but even so, we think it's clear how different [...]

Fete de la Liberation, St James, Normandy

By | June 6th, 2013|Categories: 70th Anniversary, D Day, D Day 70, D Day Cemeteries, D Day Memorials|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Alongside the Memorial Day Service at the U.S. Cemetery at St. James, the town hosts 'The Fete De La Liberation' A weekend programme of events featuring veteran WW2 vehicles both military and civilian. The vehicles were parked up around the town, so as you wandered around you never knew quite what was around the next corner. [...]

U.S. Cemetery, St James, Normandy. Memorial Day, 26th May 2013

By | May 27th, 2013|Categories: D Day, D Day Cemeteries, D Day Memorials, Medal of Honor, Normandy, Uncategorized|Tags: , |

St James US Cemetery. Memorial Day 26 May 2013. Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial The cemetery at St James on the Normandy/Brittany border is less well known than the cemetery at Colleville sur Mer on OMAHA Beach. Officially known as the Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial,  4,410 U.S. forces personnel were buried here in [...]

Memorial to British Airmen. Memorial Britannique, St. Anne – Romagne, 35133 Brittany

By | February 15th, 2013|Categories: D Day, D Day Cemeteries, D Day Memorials, Normandy, Paratroopers, RAF|

I found this memorial quite by chance, only a few miles from our home. It was placed by the people of St. Anne in memory of Pilot Officer James Alexander Downie aged 23 yrs and Pilot Officer Victor Gwyn Ross aged 21 yrs, who were killed when their unarmed Photo-Reconaissance Mosquito (No. MM352) of 544 Squadron [...]

D Day tours of Normandy landing beaches and battlefields. Malcolm Clough

By | October 1st, 2012|Categories: Artillery, D Day, D Day Cemeteries, Normandy, Paratroopers, RAF, Tanks, USAF|