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Red Arrows Jun 6
This afternoon’s flypast over , commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day. This is the view of Circus 6, one of our travelling support engineers who flies in a rear seat of the jet.
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Richard Gaisford Jun 5
Sunrise at , 75 years to the day since British forces arrived on . We’re reflecting all morning . Please join us in thanking our surviving veterans and to think about those who never made it home.
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Saskya Vandoorne Jun 5
What a scene! 250 vehicles are expected on this beach.
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La Rairie: Heaven on Earth Aug 10
Deeply touched by the garden at Arromanches. The team that created it should be proud of their achievements. Truly, a fitting tribute to our heroes.
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Ben Shephard Jun 5
Stunning, emotional and powerful pictures from this morning join us, and for full commemorations of the 75th anniversary of DDay
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Prof Gioia Pescetto Aug 11
D-Day took visionary leadership strong alliance and great human loss . Brexit instead...
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James Brabazon Aug 22
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James Holland Apr 4
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Mary Nightingale Jun 6
Tonight’s comes live from where began 75 years ago today. Join us at 6.30 for all the events of a very special day.
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Greg Lewis Jun 5
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Dave Adcock Jun 5
Early start. Setting off for before they close all the roads. Big security today re All part of life
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csdickey Jun 4
- a or left over from the artificial port created by the at @ La Marine Arromanches
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Mary Nightingale Jun 7
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Richard Gaisford Jun 6
Immensely privileged to have been in Arromanches . Some striking scenes, and many memories from an emotional morning.
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HE Maritime Jun 6
that among England's protected historic sites are six Mulberry Harbour components destined for but which did not make it to on , like this one at Portland?
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Jonathan Samuels Jun 5
The seafront is getting busy in in Normandy as approaches. Looking forward to telling some of the incredible stories from the greatest amphibious assault ever.
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DDay Remembered Jun 6
A couple of well timed helicopters🚁🚁 nearly ruined but kept going at the 😂
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Ray Bleiz / Checkpoint #EF25 Jul 31
Our world is composed of light and dark, without everything being totally black or white. It is the shades of gray that form the course of life and change like the tides, sometimes high, sometimes low. (continued below) 1/2
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The Military Place Aug 9
Memorial to the 16,000 troops from the 1st Armored Polish division who came ashore at Juno Beach (Arromanches) in 1944, under the command of Gen. Stanislaw Maczkiem.
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