The Cemetery at Normandy, France for those who died during the D-Day invasion

Omaha Beach American Cemetary - Normandy - France--no words can describe standing here and on the beach

The Normandy American Cemetery - Normandy, France-My grandmother's brother, William Wallace Bogle, is buried there, he died in Brittany France on September 7, 1944, fighting in WWII.  My father was named "Wallace" in memory of his uncle.  I would love to be able to go and lay flowers on his grave, nobody in our family has ever been to the cemetery.

The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II cemetery and memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, that honors American soldiers who died in Europe during World War II.

Trail from the American Cemetery to Omaha Beach--imagine the American soldiers hitting the beach and taking that long dangerous climb up the ridge.

Weekend getaway: beaches and battlefields in Normandy

Omaha Beach viewed from the Normandy Cemetery. Very somber. One of the most moving places we have ever visited.

93-year old D-Day veteran Robert Blatnik returns to Omaha Beach in Normandy

Army Sgt Major Robert Blatnik returns to Omaha Beach, Normandy France, June

Cemetery in Normandy, France-- a must visit if you're in the country. So sobering to see the sacrifice made

Memorial Day – A Pictorial Review

American Cemetery
Omaha Beach, France
Thanks you, WW II veterans!
You have to visit to appreciate it!

Monuments at Omaha Beach in Normandy

American Cemetery Omaha Beach, France Thanks you, WW II veterans! You have to visit to appreciate it! No words can describe what it's like to stand on the D-Day beaches and walk through the cemetery.

Soldierrs in #Normandy cemetery www.bulletbluesca.com

D-Day Two American World War II veterans pay their respects to their fallen brethren. Approximately 1 million visitors travel to the Normandy cemetery each year.

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