Operation Neptune - “D Day Landings”

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Operation Neptune - “D Day Landings”

Post by Temujin » Sat Aug 10, 2019 3:22 pm

A couple of interesting maps below.

The map shows all the bridges that were destroyed by the Allies prior to D Day to “isolate” the land area from the rest of Germany/Europe
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Location of German Radar and other report sites prior to D Day.
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Re: Operation Neptune - “D Day Landings”

Post by Temujin » Fri Feb 28, 2020 2:24 pm

Lance-Corporal George Gagnon, 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), aboard a Landing Ship Tank fusing hand grenades to be used on D-Day. Southampton, England, 4 June 1944.
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