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The Mulberry artificial harbour off Arromanches in Normandy, September

D Day+14, showing the man-made Mulberry harbor system.

D-Day Normandy Mulberry Harbours built by the REs with help of smoke-screen cover - incredible job

Ambulances Ferry Wounded over Mulberry Harbor near Arromanches Normandy 1944

Ambulances ferry bringing wounded soldiers over the Mulberry Harbor near Arromanches

In the region of Lorraine, in the district of Cattenom, on the D 56, there is a…

Parts which were to be used for Mulberry Harbour were used near Carentan for another Bridge. 70 years later, the Bridge is still Standing!

Construction of Mulberry Harbours, Weymouth, April 1944 A25792 - Mulberry harbour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Construction of Mulberry Harbours, Weymouth, April 1944 - Mulberry harbour - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Mulberry Harbour. The Mulberry Harbour was an artificial port the size of Dover, that was prefabricated in England, and then towed across the Channel to the Normandy coast, after the D-Day landing had started. This harbour is at Arromanches, and without it the war might have turned out differently.

The Mulberry Harbour was an artificial port the size of Dover, that was prefabricated in England, and then towed across the Channel to the Normandy coast, af.

Scientists have found the remnants of Mulberry B, which helped the Allies to land troops, vehicles and equipment on French soil without having to capture a port first.

'Port Winston' Mulberry harbour built off Normandy after D-Day to help the Allies win the war is uncovered on the seabed 69 years later

Scientists have found the remnants of Mulberry B, which helped the Allies to land troops, vehicles and equipment on French soil without having to capture a port first.

Arromanches : Part Of The Mulberry Harbour Returns !

Arromanches : Part Of The Mulberry Harbour Returns !

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