Headstpone with a photo of loved one at the Normandy American Cemetery during the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. (Department of Defense photo by Marvin Lynchard)

 

The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada and others

The D-Day Memorial honoring The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, along with other Allied forces, stands as a testament to their bravery and sacrifice during the pivotal Normandy landings on June 6, 1944. Situated in Normandy, France, this poignant monument pays tribute to the valiant soldiers who fought tirelessly to secure freedom and democracy. It serves as a solemn reminder of the tremendous courage and dedication displayed by the men who stormed the beaches that day, facing unimaginable challenges and adversity. The memorial stands as a beacon of remembrance, ensuring that the heroism and legacy of those who fought and fell on D-Day will never be forgotten.

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