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Map showing key battle sites during the Normandy campaign

Normandy Battlefield Tours - Battle Site Map

Most of the black and white pictures that will appear when you click on a battle site above (green dots), or the text links below, were photographed by Major J.C. Hatlem in the late 40s. They were referenced by General Dwight D. Eisenhower and Carlton Joyce when they authored their books: "Crusade in Europe" and "Stand Where They Fought" respectively. Notations on some of the photos were made by General Eisenhower. For additional photo/battle details, read the chapter (in brackets) in "Stand Where They Fought."
Click here to see the tactical attack lines of the 77 day campaign.

Cherbourg - August 13, 1947 (7.16)
Maupertus Airfield - August 3, 1947 (7.12)
Quineville sur Mer - July 6, 1948 (5.7)
La Fiere Causeway - August 13, 1947 (3.7)
Ste Mere Eglise - Today (3.2)
Utah Beach D-Day Morning - June 6, 1944 (2.1)
Chef du Pont Causeway - August 13, 1947 (3.9)
Vierville Road - June 14, 1948 (2.6)
Deadman's Corner - June 14, 1948 (10.6)
La Barquette Lock - August 13, 1947 (10.1)
Carentan Causeway - August 13, 1947 (10.7)
Gefosse Fontenay - June 14, 1948 (10.9)
Pointe du Hoc - Today (9.4)
Omaha Beach - Vierville, June 14, 1948 (9.1)
Omaha Beach and Bluffs - February 22, 1949 (9.2)
Longues Battery - Today
Bayeux - July 2, 1948
Port en Bessin - June 14, 1948
Creully - Today
Chateau Adrieu - Today
Le Hamel - June 14, 1948
Asnelles sur Mer - June 14, 1948
Courseulles sur Mer - June 14, 1948
Pegasus Bridge - June 12, 1944
Abbey Ardennes - Today
Hedgerow Country - Today (14.1)
Marigny - July 3, 1948 (15.2)
Mortain - July 3, 1948 (19.1)
Pontaubault - July 3, 1948 (18.2)
Mont St. Michel
St. Lambert sur Dives - July 1948 (20.3)
Chambois - July 6, 1948 (20.2)
The Escape Corridor - Today (20.0)
Rommel Strafed - Today (20.4)
The Vimoutiers Tiger Tank, Today (20.4)
La Roche Guyon - Today (20.4)
Visit these 1944 battle sites this summer (click to enlarge then scroll to view to-day)

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