Normandy 1944 – photos from then and now

Published on September 17th, 2009 | by Sevaan Franks

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Check out this amazing gallery showing photos from Normany in 1944, and what those areas/subjects look like today.

SAINT LAURENT SUR MER
Exit E1 – Wn65 – Vallee du Ruquet

German pillbox on Omaha Beach serving as a U.S. Army command post, during the early days of the invasion.

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