Frank C. Everards, who created the D-Day, Normandy and beyond website, just returned from a trip to Normandy with his wife. His mission: to take some new Normandy photos of the scenery and landmarks of this historic region and the site of many D-Day battles for the redesign of his website.
Frank is an exceptional photographer, so we wanted to give you a sneak peek of the photos you will find on his future site.
Among the Normandy photos you will see are:
- La Cambe, a military war grave cemetery located close to Bayeux, France
- German bunker at Pointe du Hoc
- Angoville-au-Plain, home to a church that was used by 2 US Army Medics as an aide station during the Battle of Normandy in WWII
- Omaha Beach
- Utah Beach
Please click through the gallery above to see these stirring photos of Normandy.
But don’t wait for the new website to check out the D-Day, Normandy and beyond website, which tells the stories of the brave men and women who fought during World War II. There is a treasure trove of personal stories told by the men and women who fought for our freedom. Frank’s work and dedication make this an extraordinary WWII resource.
As Frank said when we first talked with him about what inspired him to create the virtual memorial to WWII veterans, “A war like WWII will never occur on such a scale again, but the people who fought and are still alive deserve our help and respect as they gave all to help Europe and other parts of the world to regain it’s freedom.”
Travel on our D-Day Tours!
You can visit the very sites in Frank’s photos on our D-Day to the Rhine and Operation Overlord tours. As many of our guests say, these are bucket list experiences that will leave you with memories of a lifetime.