D-Day and the landing beaches Battle of Normandy

At the end of May this year, I had the honor of taking relatives of Lt.Morton Eustis for a 3 day tour of the D-Day sites.
We visited his grave  at the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer.
Lt. Morton Eustis relatives Then on May 26th we were in Domfront for a special ceremony honoring him.

Morton was killed when his Sherman entered Domfront of August 13th 1944 (by a German sniper).
72 years have gone by but the villagers of Domfront haven’t forgotten his sacrifice and so many other Americans to liberate Normandy then France and end the war in Europe…May 25th 2016
IMG_2298 (Copier)Morton Eustis

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