Pointe du Hoc


The most dramatic American landings took place along the cliff heights of the Pointe du Hoc, still today deeply pitted with German bunkers and shell-holes. Standing amid the scarred earth and rusty barbed wire, looking down to the rocks at the base of the cliff, it seems inconceivable that the first U.S. sergeant was at the top five minutes after landing, and the whole complex taken within another quarter of an hour.
excerpt from
The Rough Guide to Brittany & Normandy

02 July 2004


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