A visit to Normandy needs to include Pegasus Bridge and the cemetery at Ranville. Be sure you go into the church yard where the graves of the soldiers who died, June 5-6, 1944 are located. The graves in the British cemetery are beautifully maintained by the War Commission. The beauty of the gardens show respect and provide a place "that is forever England." Still, I was deeply touched by those graves, British, French, and German, who were buried in a separate section of the regular cemetery. All these years, they have been part of the town.
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