Or, how the Noireau river got a little piece of the Mulberry Harbour for a bridge...
The Résistance in action
In June 1944 a few days after the Allies landed on Normandy’s beaches, a few members of the Résistance quietly met in the small village of Le Pont Grat, in enemy occupied
Up on the hill above Arromanches-les-Bains we looked down on the bay that became known as Gold Beach on 6 June 1944.
We were matching a postcard of four survivors, soldiers who had arrived on D-Day. We know the photo was taken shorty after D-Day as the Mulberry Harbours, essential for landing