A must-visit place for history researchers and military enthusiasts, especially boys love it. A small museum, but rich in content. Looking at the exhibits, it is reminiscent of the Normandy landing scene in 1944.
The museum exhibits some military technology, which is of educational significance. Some heavy weapons are exhibited outside the museum, including one of the most successful weapons in World War II, the famous "Armored Butcher Knife"-the German 88mm heavy anti-aircraft gun.
The cemetery commemorating the US military was also set up in Ohama Beach. The French government gave the land of the cemetery to the United States, so we can say that we are also standing on American territory. We met two elderly people who were unable to walk and were pushed here by their families in wheelchairs. What made them go to the US Military Memorial Cemetery at such an advanced age? I think it must be a veteran who participated in the Normandy landing. I tried to guess the mood of the two old people. It was here seventy years ago. They and their comrades fought bloody battles in the smoke. The Ohama Beach, which was stained with the blood of their comrades, is now a blue sky, white clouds and green grass. , And the comrades in arms who died by their side in the past are buried forever under the land of a foreign country, and I will follow them to heaven soon. Sorrowful but calm and calm.