Generations after World War II, this window in the Normandy village of Arromanches in June 2016 remembers D-Day.
Generations after World War II, this window in the Normandy village of Arromanches in June 2016 remembers D-Day. Bill Manny bmanny@idahostatesman.com
Generations after World War II, this window in the Normandy village of Arromanches in June 2016 remembers D-Day. Bill Manny bmanny@idahostatesman.com

‘Welcome to our liberators.’ In Normandy, history isn’t in the past

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