A memorial to the 10th Canadian Armoured Regiment who landed on the beaches of Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer with their amphibious tanks on the 6th June 1944.
ON THESE BEACHES AT H HOUR
6TH JUNE 1944 LANDED
THE AMPHIBIOUS TANKS OF THE
10TH CANADIAN ARMOURED REGIMENT
FORT GARRY HORSE
DEDICATED TO OUR COMRADES
BY ALL RANKS "THE FORT GARRY HORSE" 1965
The Duplex Drive Sherman tanks of the 10th Canadian Armoured Regiment can be seen in aerial imagery from D-Day next to the church at Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer.
More aerial imagery from DDay can be found on our interactive map page
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