Monts d'Eraines memorial to the 17000 Canadian Airmen who gave their lives during WW2, located at Aérodrome de Falaise - Monts d'Éraines
En hommage aux valeureux 17000 Aviateurs Canadiens
morts durant la seconde guerre mondiale pour notre
La France reconnaissante
In memory of the 17000 Canadian Airmen who gave
their lives during World War II for our Freedom.
France shows its gratitude
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A memorial to 4 French aviators who were shot down over Monts d'ErainesRead more
Urville-Langannerie Military Cemetery is the only Polish cemetery in Normandy and is the resting place of soldiers from the 1st Polish Armoured Division who fought in the Battle of Normandy.Read more
The Bretteville-sur-Laze Canadian War Cemetery contains the remains 2,958 soldiers, 87 of them unidentified. The majority of the burials are Canadian in the later stages of the Battle of Normandy during the capture of Caen and thrust southwards to close the Falaise pocket.Read more