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These are sites off the beaten tracks of tourists that I enjoy with my wife and son and my family in general…the list of course is not exhaustive! To say the least we keep some for ourselves....
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Topics: World War 2, WWII Atlantic Wall, World War Two, WWII 1st US Army, WWII Paratroopers, WWII 4th Infantry Division, Nazi 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich, WWII 82nd Infantry Division, USA, Third Reich, France, LCVP Higgins barge, Rangers, Normandy, Normandy Barfleur mussels

By night fall on June 6th, 1944 the 1st Battalion of the 22nd Infantry Regiment of the 4th Infantry Division which had landed at Utah beach on D-Day, spent the night in the vicinity of Saint-Germain-de-Varreville.
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Topics: World War 2, WWII Atlantic Wall, WWII 1st US Army, WWII 4th Infantry Division, WWII 22nd Infantry Regiment, Infantry, France, Normandy Azeville Battery, US Navy, Saint-Germain-de-Varreville, Loire, Château de Fontenay, Normandy

Task Force “C” was conceived by Major General Charles Harrison Corlett, XIX Corps Commander and Major General Charles Hunter Gerhardt, General of the 29th Infantry Division.
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Topics: World War 2, WWII 115th Infantry Regiment, WWII 175th Infantry Regiment, WWII 29th Rangers Battalion, WWII 29th Infantry Division, WWII 116th Infantry Regiment, World War Two, WWII 1st US Army, USA, Infantry, France, Normandy

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Normandy American Heroes provides custom World War II tours of Normandy and beyond On our blog, we write about World War II, things to do in Normandy, and much more.

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