En voilà un drôle de point de vuel!📸 Depuis le parterre de roses qui borde le @chateaudebeaumesnil on peut observer le raffinement des toitures à l’impériale de l’avant-corps, le fin décor des lucarnes, les pots à feu, les épis de faîtage, le jeu des chemine et leur putti qui dialoguent, on devine même une balustrade qui couronne ce belle édifice, triomphe de pierre!🤩❤️
The Liberty Jump Team jumping from the Douglas C-47A Skytrain "Drag em oot" at the Dropzone "D" of the 506th PIR near Angoville au Plain, Normandy, June 2018.
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Just some of the stunning items we purchased on our last vide Grenier buying trip to France. We are going in August and can offer a four night stay in our farmhouse with breakfast . We can guide you too the best videgrenier and depot vente in the area ,as well as superb restaurants , throw in an open air concert in the local town as well as a French market or two. It's from the 11th to the 14th of August . #normandy#france#videgrenier#buyingtrip#holiday
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Like father, like son 👨👦🐘 These spectacular white chalk cliffs in the western coast of France are a reminder that we're living on an amazing planet in the whole universe. Keep on exploring my friends!
Then and Now! He would have been 101 years today, Jack N. Womer (18 June 1917 - 28 December 2013). D-Day veteran Jack Womer is standing at the same door in Angoville-au-Plain/Normandy where he sat shortly after D-Day in 1944! Throughout his service in the 101st Airborne Division, Womer was assigned to the Demolitions Platoon of the 506th PIR Regimental Headquarters Company in the section known officially as the First Demolitions Section and nicknamed the Filthy Thirteen. Known for his astuteness in battle, which he attributed to his rigorous training by British Commandos while in the 29th Ranger Battalion, Womer was never injured in combat. Womer was among the members of the Filthy Thirteen who parachuted into Normandy, France, on 6 June 1944 as part of the Normandy Invasion (Operation Overlord). He was the only one that remained in the Filthy Thirteen and participated in Operation Market-Garden in September 1944, the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944, and the advance on Hitler’s home in Berchtesgaden, Germany, in 1945. At the time of his death on December 28, 2013, Womer was the last living member of the original Filthy Thirteen.
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