What a single soldier can accomplish. “Sergeant York” of WW 2 was a 101st AB paratrooper. The low swampy ground west of Utah beach had been created by the Germans […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud normandytours_admin contributed a whooping 45 entries.
Entries by normandytours_admin
As Americans and Canadians we, in North America, view Normandy in terms of the past hundred years when World War 2 demanded our attention for six long hostile years. A […]
An atrocity unfolds. War brings out heroics, love for one another and infinite barbaric cruelty and atrocities. The German hierarchy searched for brutal personalities, dressed them in black uniforms, given a name […]
www.NormandyBattlefields.com/Virtual Tour (click on #10 to enlarge the 1944 aerial photo, points marked) The “T” junction highway corner had to be taken by the American paratroopers and held for expansion […]
Easy Red-Fox Green Sectors The long awaited invasion begins. Thirty two dual drive (DDs, propellers/tracks) heavily modified amphibious Sherman tanks of the 741st Tank Battalion (B & C Companies) were […]
Normandy Battlefield Tours
A guide to travelers planning a Normandy trip and a stimulus to those who have not planned to visit our heritage.