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   "American D-Day website pays homage to those young Americans, who fought 06 June 1944, at Omaha Beach, Utah Beach, and the Pointe du Hoc, places responsible for changing the course of history."


View pictures of Omaha Beach, Utah Beach and Pointe du Hoc, where Americans soldiers begun their attack on June 06, 1944.


View veteran's rememberances and archives (morning reports, after action reports, pictures,...).


Access  pages for 1010 Americans died or missing during D-Day, memorialized at the cemetery at Colleville sur Mer.


View the pictures of the various reunions and ceremonies of veterans.


Consult books selected by American D-Day.


Consult links selected by American D-Day.


Consult and sign the guestbook.


Contact responsables and members






June 2006 - 4 veterans supported by American

D-Day, came back for the 62nd anniversary.


June 2005 - 6 veterans supported by American

D-Day, came back for the 61st anniversary.


June 2004 - 12 veterans supported by American

D-Day, came back for the 60th anniversary.


Never Forget

American D-Day is still actively collecting testimonies, objects and documents from all D-day veterans or families. If you have a potential donation or questions, please contact the association historian, laurentlefebvre@americandday.org


"They were on Omaha Beach, 213 eyewitnesses" looks at the invasion of Omaha Beach through both local and veterans reports. It follows the invasion minute by minute, told by those who were there, living through the chaos.

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For the first time, "29th Divisionů a division of heroes" tells the human story of the 29th Division. Combining oral and written accounts from 133 veterans, the history of the 29th Division in World War II is told from the soldiers in the battlefield.

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"29th Infantry Division Historical Society" pays homage to those young Americans who fought in the 29th U.S. Infantry Division during WWII.




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