Omaha Beach Memorial

I felt it appropriate this Memorial Day Weekend to share just a few pictures from

Omaha Beach

from our visit to Normandy, France.

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Les Braves Omaha Beach Memorial

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The sculptor Anilore Banon had his own words for this Memorial…

“I created this sculpture to honor the courage of these men:
Sons, husbands and fathers, who endangered and often sacrificed their lives in the hope of freeing the French people.”

To read more about this Monument please click here.

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On June 6th, 1944 American Soldiers sacrificed their lives to liberate France and this beach turned into Bloody Omaha.

A heartfelt thank you to all soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.


38 thoughts on “Omaha Beach Memorial

    1. It took ours away as well. I was very emotional when capturing photos from here. I had an uncle survive D-Day…….
      Thank you for stopping by… ❤
      We will never forget the sacrifice.

  1. Tha ks for sharing these photos. I still remember the day and the thankful feeling of taking the offense to the Nazis, yet the dismay of the lost of allies life. I think about that day as we heard it on the radio and the weekend news at the theater. 😱😊😢

    1. Thank you for visiting… This Memorial is beautiful and emotional. Everyone needs to see it and remember those who have fallen. 🇺🇸

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