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The thermonuclear bomb

The Mémorial has a copy of a Mark bomb, from the same series as those used to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

This was a plutonium bomb, a type Mark 28 H bomb. “Little Boy”, dropped over Hiroshima, was numbered “Mark 1”. “Fat Man”, which destroyed Nagasaki, was “Mark 2”. The “Mark 28” bomb therefore continued the series. Some 4,500 of them were first made in 1958, making it the most widely produced atomic bomb during the Cold War, between 1958 and 1991. This particular «Mark 28» version dates from 1962.


Civilians in wartime Mémorial

In Falaise, a new museum dedicated to both the life and survival of the civilians during WWII.

Mémorial de falaise

Arromanches 360 circular cinema

Don't miss! - The film "Normandy's 100 days". Archive images projected in HD on 9 screens.

Mémorial d'Arromanches

1944 radar museum

Discover the daily life of the German soldiers in charge of the air reconnaissance inside the bunkers

Mémorial de Douvres