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About Chris Dunphie. Between Port-en-Bessin and Arromanches in the British sector lay the heaviest concentration of German artillery in Normandy, much of it sited to provide deadly enfilading fire on Omaha. Montgomery selected the British 50th Division for the Gold assault. Made up of sturdy North Country coal-miners and industrial workers, the division had served Montgomery well in North Africa, and some men had even served in the campaigns of He is a sought after battlefield guide.
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Both Allied and Free French troops, led by General Charles de Gaulle, arrived on the streets of the capital on 25 August and by that afternoon the city had been liberated. At very low tide you can see remnants of the Mulberry Harbour, a huge temporary port set up off the coast. Total casualties, from all units involved in operations at Gold, were in the region of 1,—1, casualties, of which were killed. Once again Hastings expected everyone to rush off up the beach, eager to release the tension and join the fray. It might be imagined that the first troops ashore in an invasion would be the leading infantrymen, but in this case it was not so. Lieutenant Colonel R. A severe storm on 19 June destroyed the Omaha harbour.
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