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CAF IEW grateful to those who supported the D-Day Doll’s journey to Normandy for the ✈️ Check out photos of the party celebrating supporters:
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tenchiayase Jul 10
....are developing a scale Indiana's…
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Jim Palmer Jul 9
A little under a month after and a mere 18 years after it was first broadcast, I have finally watched Band of Brothers after spotting it for £1 at a car boot sale. What a stunning, harrowing and inspiring piece of television. Never forget.
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Frank Assu Jul 7
My Day 3 blog of our Vacation - Normandy D-Day sites!
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Coach Jet Carriker Jul 14
Think I bit off more than I can chew with this little project!
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annabel lee Jul 9
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maribeth munoz Jul 9
Trump was itching for a passive aggressive response but he's not that smart, he came out with a lame 'maybe she's a better deal maker than me', Trump in UK
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Jessica Morden Jul 14
Remembering the sacrifice of those merchant seafarers @ at the Mission to seafarers today Thanks to Newport Merchant Navy Association who celebrate 20 years this year
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BuzzNick Jul 12
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Mark West Jul 13
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EmmabBooks Jul 13
An Italian Affair by Caroline Montague Historical fiction set in Tuscany and England before and during WWII Beautiful and involving.
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Warren Bell Jul 11
Read "A Day that Changed the World" from my author blog on this 75th anniversay of D-Day.
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Coin Collector Jul 11
50p coins featuring the anniversaries of the Battle of Britain, D-Day landings, Victoria Cross and Battle of Hastings, all feature in this special anniversary Proof.
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Marshall Ramsey Jul 15
: The Beach. After 75 years, a hero's tragic journey comes to an end. This story popped into my head today and I had to write it down.
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234 Field Company, R.E. 5h
Monday 17 July 1944, D+41 - A night operation - another floating Bailey on the river beside Ecarde - named Tower Bridge, The FAMTO Truck went out for the count.
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Club de l'Etoile Jul 15
Best Documentary, Best Visual Effects, Best Stereography, Best Music… D Day : Normandie 1944 en 4K et 3D au Club de l'Etoile. Redécouvrez l'histoire autrement ! 👉
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234 Field Company, R.E. Jul 15
Saturday 15 July 1944, D+39 - There was a thunderstorm in the evening during which all dugouts were awash. The men slept in the cellars of the Chateau.
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BaioBot4000 Jul 15
Respect D-Day veteran, and his size, I are destroyed!!!There’s a few BBAF special needs families. Please help and play as the game” - JOIN US border but........100% okay to take away from our friends. If podcast hosts fail 2 her driver!
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234 Field Company, R.E. Jul 14
Friday 14 July 1944, D+38 - The Company Office truck was hit by a shell during the night - a sight of devastation in the morning. A near miss for the Commandant's fortress.
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David Westwood Jul 13
Check out what I found. 2 WW2 Royal Naval maps L'ABERVRAC'H to OUESSANT to DOUARNENEZ France 1943 via
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