July 26, 2016

Above: A still intact concrete bunker used by the Germans to defend against enemy attack.

Below: Pictures 1 and 2 churches and building in the fields of Normandy.
Picture 3 is a German gun used to shoot tanks, boats or aircraft from far away.

Pictures 4 to 8 show an intact bunker, and little side foxhole for a gunner to sit in wait for his enemy.

Pictures 9 to 11 shows the coast just to the west of Pointe du Hoc, where American Rangers scaled the cliffs
to get up to the top where the bunkers are. About a third of the troops landing there died in the battle.

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