This Tour will will be conducted by me "virtually " from my home in Normandy.
Live Virtual Tour delivered from my home, in Normandy, using live video conferencing system & digital resources. ( maps, video clips, images )
Let's start with Ste Mère Eglise, drop-zone Z of US 82nd Airborne Div.
Then to Utah Beach, we'll stop by Brecourt Manor, to see the place where E. Company of the 506 PIR landed and how they took this crucial German gun position facing Utah Beach.
Now, let's go to Utah Beach where 4th Iftry Div led by Brig. Gal. T. Roosevelt landed successfully and took the beach in 2hrs.
Now, we are on Omaha Beach, where I'll explain you the strategy deployed by 34 000 GI's.
Time now for Omaha Beach and Pointe du Hoc where the 2nd Ranger Bat. climbed 140 feet cliffs at dawn under heavy fire to get control of this German strong-point.
Next, let's go to the Normandy American Cemetery to see the graves of the 9 388 men who gave their life for Europe and Liberty.
We'll then spend some time on Omaha Beach on various sectors and bunkers to understand what really happened here on D-Day.
- A good internet connection is required to experience this tour.
Live Virtual Tour delivered personally from my home, in Normandy, using conferencing system & digital resources (Photos, video clips and google maps).
Check-in time 10mn.
-Ste Mère Eglise
-Pointe du Hoc
-Normandy American Cemetery
Wrap-up Q&A time.
Duration: 1 hour
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My wife and I very much enjoyed our virtual tour with Igor this morning. We both have always enjoyed history and reading about historical events. Igor was terrific.!! We learned quite a few things that we had never heard about before with respect to "why's" some things happened the way they did, thus making our session more memorable. We especially enjoyed Igor's photography and the maps which really helped with our understanding of what he was telling us (e.g. his discussions of the Hedgerows).