Normandy, Batterie Azeville – France

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Batterie Azeville.

During D-Day this battery saw some heavy close combat. It was one of the objectives for day one for the allies. Battleships fired on it but did not take it out. One grenade took out one canon, but it did not explode. Infantry took this battery after a few days of fierce fighting.

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