About Longues-sur-Mer Gun Battery
The Longues-sur-Mer Gun Battery, also known as ‘Batterie Allemande’, was a German defensive battery in Normandy which played a big part in the German defence efforts during the Normandy Landings on D-Day, 6 June 1944.
Made up of four 150mm guns, the Longues-sur-Mer Gun Battery is located between the vital allied landing beaches of Gold and Omaha. It was captured by the British 231st Division.
Today, the Longues-sur-Mer Gun Battery is open to the public.
The Pointe Du Hoc Memorial is located on one of the sites of the Normandy Landings of World War Two.
The Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum traces the events of this famous World War II battle.
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