LES FLEURS DE LA MÉMOIRE
On June 6th, 1944 the allied troops landed in Normandy.
So marking the beginning of the liberation of Europe with the Nazi yoke.
Never let us forget the thousands of soldiers who rest on our ground for our Freedom

At the foot of each cross, a soldier lies, and this soldier has its own history.
BREAKING NEWS
SCHEDULE
LAST PAST EVENT
MEETING WITH VETERANS AND COLLEGE STUDENTS
June 3, 2019
On Monday, June 3, the association welcomed 4 veterans to the "Archives départementales" de Saint-Lô as part of an educational project with the Pasteur College of Saint Lô and the Canisy College. The veterans answered the questions of the college students.
The 4 Veterans: from left to right Mr Daniel Bananzio, Mr Norman Duncan, Mr Harold Stephens and Mr Walter Hurd
Mr Daniel Bananzio 1944, 141 st Quatermaster Truck Company
Mr Daniel Bananzio, 2019
Mr Norman Duncan 1944, E Co, 116th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division
Mr Norman Duncan, 2019
Mr Harold Stephens 1944, 246th Signal Operation Company, 1st Army
Mr Harold Stephens, 2019
Mr Walter Hurd 1944,82nd Airborne Division, 456th PFAB A battery
Mr Walter Hurd, 2019
Set up for photo of all participants
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One of your family members, a friend is buried in one of the two American Cemeteries in Normandy :

- Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer.
- Brittany American Cemetery in Saint-James.

It's likely a member of Les Fleurs de la Mémoire pays tribute to him laying a flower on his grave at least once a year.

If you would like to know if he has been adopted, please contact :


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Regards.

The President.