Normandy, nowadays everyone knows Normandy for the D-Day landing on June 6th, 1944. Nevertheless, its history is not only about this day. It is also rich in heritage with
On December 16th, 1944, German army launched its counterattack also known as “Von Rundstedt counterattack” in the Bulge with the purpose to cut
One hour from Paris, in Val-d’Oise county set up the castle of La Roche-Guyon on the North bank of the Seine river. The castle we know
At Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe, 79th Infantry Division was assembled to assist the other elements of the XV Corps in blocking the escape of the Germans to the East. Several enemy groups composed
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Located between Aisne - Oise Cemetery and Aisne - Marne Cemetery, the city of Château-Thierry is a crossroad between Paris, city of light and Reims, French
As the American armies were progressing toward Brittany, the 315th Infantry Regiment was still on its way to the South. Lessay was under Division’s control, Germans were
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