Here are photos from Normandy, France. We visited the area just one week after the 70th anniversary of D-Day in June 2014. We were told by our guide that the anniversary weekend was wall-to-wall people. That would have been nice to see, but it was also nice to not be crowded. Click here if you would like more information about the D-Day invasion of Normandy in World War II.

Stuart Gustafson personally took each photograph displayed, and the copyrighted images are owned by him. If you click on a thumbnail image, you will see a larger and more complete picture that opens in a separate window.

The town of Bayeaux

Welcoming sign

Main church

Nephew’s children

Festooned streets

German families also lost loved ones

German Cemetery

Unknown soldier

Notice ages

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Craters still exist

That’s the view

Gun was there

Dagger monument

Left behind

Omaha Beach

To the West

and East

First Cemetery

A memorial

German stronghold

How Allies broke through

American Cemetery

Reflection Pool

Rows and rows

Always Flying!

Perfect Symmetry

To the ocean

“Unknown” Soldier


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