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The “100 objects of the Battle” recount the terrible combats that led to the liberation of Normandy, a major step in reconquering Western Europe.Emblematic, odd, surprising, or moving… each object has a story to tell.
Tony Vaccaro chronicled the daily life of his regiment from 1944 to 1945, between the landing beaches and Berlin. His upcoming exhibit is fitting tribute to this battlefield soldier.Photo : Hemmerden, February 28, 1945© Tony Vaccaro / Bilderwelt Gallery
The exhibitions at the Mémorial are being updated all the time, to take you on a journey to the heart of 20th-century history.
The Mémorial de Caen Museum offers a forum for the support of human rights.
From primary to secondary school, the Mémorial has a range of educational tools adapted to suit your pupils’ academic level.
Explore the museum’s display areas, and then round off your visit with a guided tour of the D-Day landing beaches!