Originally Posted by bikendan
OC, I was told that only that Arromanches had some remnants of the Mulberry.
Didn't hear about working models.
Yes, the Cemetery is breath taking.
I now understand why those that lost loved ones, decided to let their loved ones stay there.
It is so gorgeous and peaceful there, it's a wonderful and honorable place to be buried at.
We were fortunate to live in Europe for several years and visited all of the major landings sites and battlefields in France, Belgium, and Germany.
Here is a photo on the way to the 2012 D-Day commemorative jump at Utah beach. Not many folks who have seen the Cemetery have seen it from the air.
We have several family members buried there. May they rest in peace and may we NEVER FORGET.
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