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This exact location plays a big part in the Band of Brothers, and obviously even more so for the actual Normandy landing. If you have that in mind, this is more than just a little corner at the edge of a farm where cows are...More
This was my first visit to brecourt manor, unfortunately you can not go in on the field, but if you seen tv-series band of brothers you know what’s it all about. If you don’t seen it, look at episode 2 ‘d-day’ and you got the...More
Our Procom tour ate lunch right down the road and we were surprised when our bus stopped in the intersection of this narrow country road. All we saw was a large pasture with grazing horses, Then our tour director took over and explained where we...More
This was part of our D-Day tour with Overlord. We actually were able to enter the field and see how the event played out. I was glad my husband had me watch a few programs that explained what happened there that day, it really helped...More
Our guide was able to arrange for us to meet the owner of the manor and have him tell us the story of the battle on his family land. As we walked through the fields (you can't do this without his permission), he pointed out...More
This monument is not far from the Lt Winters' monument. From the Lt Winters' Monument you drive SW (back to Sainte-Maire-Du-Mont), after 350 meters you turn right (direction NE) 400 meters further on your left side you will see the Easy Company Brecourt Monument. If...More
A fantastic place to visit to get a real understanding of the actions that took place here in the early hours of 6/6/44. The memorial is a fitting tribute to those who fought here and it provides visitors a great view of the field itself...More