More Than 4,000 Photographs From The D-Day Invasion Of Normandy Are Now Available Online – Design You Trust

More Than 4,000 Photographs From The D-Day Invasion Of Normandy Are Now Available Online

The Flickr account PhotosNormandie has just posted more than 4300 photos of the Normandy Landings of June 6, 1944, this decisive date of the WWII.

This impressive collection is the result of a collaborative project that began in 2007, bringing together thousands of photos from the Archives Normandie 1939-1945, the Municipal Library of the City of Cherbourg-Octeville and the American archives. It invites users to complete, comment, locate and identify photographs, making it possible to better document the Normandy Landings archives.

More info: Flickr (h/t: ufunk)

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