7 outdoor kiosks pay homage to soldiers and civilians of D-DAY through archive images, witness accounts and biographies.

They present the story of these men and women who lived through the D-Day landings of 6 June 1944. Their names are Léonard, Thomas or Françoise, they are Canadian, British or French, soldiers or civilians and they were present in June 1944 on our Normandy beaches.

Courseulles-sur-mer (quai des Alliés),
Bernières-sur-mer (rue Victor Tesnière),
Saint-Aubin-sur-mer (Digue Favreau),
Langrune-sur-mer (place du 6 juin),
Luc-sur-mer (square de l’Europe),
Douvres-la-Délivrande (place Lesage) et au cimetière militaire canadien de
Bény-Reviers.


You will find poignant testimonies, the story of the liberation of each village in the early hours of 6 June 1944 and archive photos.

 

©Centre JUNO BEACH

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In the context of the global health crises, please do not touch the kiosks and respect the social distancing.

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