75th Anniversary Of the Landings and Liberation

Normandy Allies July 14-27, 2019: 75th Anniversary of the Landings and Liberation “For all of the spectacular battlefields, memorials, and exhibits we’ve seen, the most...

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Transforming Normandy Allies Experience into Veteran Support

What better way to keep the memory of the Normandy Campaign alive than by supporting today’s veterans? Derek Matina, who participated in Normandy Allies 2013 program, developed a...

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Student Brings Normandy Lessons Home!

Within days of his return from Normandy, 2019 student participant Nate Gebregziabher presented his experience to fellow students at summer camp in North Carolina. Nate brought...

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Join us as we journey to Normandy to remember and honor all who served during the 1944 Landings and Liberation. Our annual International Experience continues to ensure that this history will never be forgotten.

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About

Join us as we journey to Normandy to remember and honor all who served during the 1944 Landings and Liberation. Our annual International Experience continues to ensure that this history will never be forgotten.

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2020: Normandy Allies offers opportunities to commemorate strategic events of the Normandy Landings. Financial support available for students and teachers.

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W.B.

2002 student, Ramsey NJ

I learned an incredible amount on this trip that I will take with me forever. But I think the most significant thing about the trip was the bond I made with the other kids. I feel like I’ve known them my whole life, and I am sure we will remain great friends for a long time.

A.M.

2003 student, Novato CA

The personal aspects of the war, which I couldn’t have understood without having the chance to speak with the witnesses. Being able to experience the emotions of the French people is what made this time more than just a history lesson.

R. Faunce

student, 2011, Salisbury MD

This experience helped me prepare for the “real world.” I came into it not knowing anyone, but left with great, close friends. I learned a lot more about the war while still having fun. It was also really great to see how much the French appreciated what the Americans did for them.