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A gateway (Whale Code) twisted Port St Laurent sur ​​Mer Mulberry A at Omaha who has yielded to the force of the storm destroying the structure. We notice right (marked 433) and left two platforms (Code Blister) photo taken after the storm from 19 to 21 June 1944.

A gateway (Whale Code) twisted Port St Laurent sur ​​Mer Mulberry A at Omaha who has yielded to the force of the storm destroying the structure. We notice right (marked 433) and left two platforms (Code Blister) photo taken after the storm from 19 to 21 June 1944.

Military vehicles move ashore from Mulberry Artificial Harbor A, across a pontoon bridge, to Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, June 16 1944 (D+10). Visible are M3 Halftracks, an M8 Greyhound, and AFKWX 2½-ton Trucks.

Military vehicles move ashore from Mulberry Artificial Harbor A, across a pontoon bridge, to Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, June 16 1944 (D+10). Visible are M3 Halftracks, an M8 Greyhound, and AFKWX 2½-ton Trucks.

The Mulberry Harbours

The Mulberry Harbours

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: Wreckage after the great storm in the channel that badly damaged the Mulberry Harbours, strewn on the beach at Arromanches.

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: Wreckage after the great storm in the channel that badly damaged the Mulberry Harbours, strewn on the beach at Arromanches.

http://www.normandythenandnow.com/remembering-old-friends-on-d-day/ Up on the hill above Arromanches-les-Bains we looked down on the bay that became known as Gold Beach on 6 June 1944.

http://www.normandythenandnow.com/remembering-old-friends-on-d-day/ Up on the hill above Arromanches-les-Bains we looked down on the bay that became known as Gold Beach on 6 June 1944.