Welcome to the D-Day pages

Dear visitors,

Blessent mon coeur
D'une langueur Monotome
(by Paul Verlaine)

This part of a poem was the start for the French resistance, D-Day within 48 hours!
 5 June at 23:15 1944

I made these pages for the people who lived and died for our freedom. Never there were so many men and woman helping a whole continent to get free. Even now we can learn from these courages people who fougth in world war 2. Never forget the reason why they fought!
Freedom!

We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France,
we shall fight on the seas and oceans,
we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be,
we shall fight on the beaches,
we shall fight on the landing grounds,
we shall fight in the fields and in the streets,
we shall fight in the hills;
we shall never surrender...
(Winston Churchill)

In 2003, 2005 and 2013 I have visited almost every part of the landing beaches. I want to show you the things I have seen with pictures. I hope you will enjoy this part of www.ww2museum.eu


Click on the picture below, or on the links at the right side.


Longues Sur Mer Gun