D-Day and Battle of Normandy Encyclopedia

Program of the 2017 Battle of Normandy exhibitions

This page presents the calendar of the various exhibitions dedicated to the Battle of Normandy and organized on the occasion of the D-Day and the battle of Normandy 73rd anniversary.
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Utah Beach – Sainte-Marie-du-Mont (Manche – 50)
– Exhibition “These Men” by artist Adeline Keil, at the Utah Beach Landing Museum.
With human-sized shots of veterans from different divisions engaged at Utah Beach, and for a few moments, imagine them felt in June 1944.
Included in the museum entrance fee. Organization: Landing Museum – 02 33 71 53 35.

Utah Beach – Sainte-Marie-du-Mont (Manche – 50)
– Exhibition “A camp of German prisoners at Foucarville, from 1944 to 1947”.
Only a few people know the history of the German prison camp established on Foucarville and Ravenoville between 1944 and 1947. This place called “Continental Central Enclosure No. 19” originally planned for 20 000 men had to be enlarged to receive up to 60 000 prisoners. A real town was built little by little, with electric lighting, roads, sanitary installations, water supply ensuring the consumption of 600 000 liters per day, railway line.
Included in the museum entrance fee. Organization: Utah Beach Landing Museum – 02 33 71 53 35.

Isigny-sur-Mer (Calvados – 14)
-Exhibition of a collection of items about the missions of the US army medical corps from 1941 to 1945, from the rescue of the injured persons, their transportation to the field hospitals until their repatriation. City Hall’s cellars. More information: 02 31 51 24 00

La Cambe (Calvados – 14)
– Exhibition of mannequins and military equipment from the Second World War. Salle des Fêtes. Ticket price: 1€ per person – 02 33 71 53 35.

Colleville-sur-Mer (Calvados – 14)
Exhibition of photographs made by Bruno Decuppe and dedicated to the landscapes of the landing beaches and the battle of Normandy. At the Overlord Museum, in partnership with the D-Day Overlord Association.

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