This is a really small museum. It was put together by volunteers and French veterans of the Number 4 commando that took part in the D-Day attack on Ouistreham. The museum is mostly concerned about the 177 French members of the British Number 4 commando. These were the only French soldiers to land on D-Day, according to information that I read there. Most of the artifacts are related to the commandos and the Germans that the commandos attacked. There is a good number of uniforms and small artifacts. The largest item is a 37mm German anti-tank gun. Admission includes a 30 minute film shown on an LCD television. I feel this museum is worth visiting if you happen to be in Ouistreham, but I would not recommend a special trip for it alone. There is a photo in TripAdvisor showing an M10 tank destroyer nearby, but I did not see it when I was there.
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