This site stirs the soul, bringing the sacrifice of D-Day home. When Allied forces landed at Normandy on June 6, 1944, in what would be the decisive military move of World War II, the small town of Bedford lost 19 of its young men, and four more in days to come. The memorial's focal point is a huge granite arch and flag plaza on a hill overlooking the town. There are also granite statues of soldiers in combat and a reflecting pool that periodically shoots up spurts of
water, as if struck by bullets. Don't be surprised if you see some D-Day veterans sitting near the memorial.
Sep 30, 2009
A good description of the museum by Fodors. I hope the young people of today will continue supporting this important museum for future generations.