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Its just a pretty coastal beach in France with rolling waves and fine sand, but on June 6 1944 a war was waged and 50% of Canadian lives were lost here.
WW2 Juno or Juno Beach was one of five beaches where Allied invasion landed...More
Its not far from the other beaches and some will tell you not to go because the town is "commercialized" ...but we went and were very happy we did.....so much to see walking around, information well laid out, bunkers...you don't need a guide...and then you...More
St Aubin is a pretty seaside town and has a memorial with flags dedicated to the fallen. It also has a gun emplacement on the promenade. We visited as we were following the Overlord trail along the coast from Pegasus Bridge.
In terms of beach...More
We decided to visit two beaches: Juno and Omaha. June was because our daughter spent one year in Canada and she is in love with this nation.
Honestly is was a little letdown but for sure I overestitaed the experience of visiting these holy beaches....More
We had started at Utah and worked our way eastwards. Good planning because all the action was at the other beaches, this poor memorial was kind of forgotten. No-one was there! There is a huge cross, but i think it isn’t that popular compared to...More
We took our gran children to The Juno Beach Centre to reflex on the sacrifices their Canadian forefathers made on the 6th of June 1944, D Day. The museum for us was brilliant, for the children a little heavy going, however after we wandered onto...More