D-DAY, NORMANDY AND BEYOND NORMANDY POSTCARD SET
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Normandy 2004 Since a lot of people have been asking me if and how they could support this project. But I never accepted because I want to give something back. So I decided to give something in return. If you are interested in getting a set of these postcards please let me know . The picture were made by myself during one of my stays in Normandy June 2006.
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DNB 001
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THE FIRST SET OF POSTCARDS DNB 001
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Copyright Frank C Everards - The DNB 001 is a set of 5 professionally printed postcards of Normandy WWII landmarks wrapped in a luxury printed cardboard sleeve.
Comments

Hi Frank, received my postcards today, they are beautiful and informative. Some of my fellow vets,commented just as I did. They are a must have for WW2 Vets. You are to be highly commended for your work on behalf of the WW2 veterans. I know I can speak on their behalf. Thank You and God Bless You.

Warmest Regards
Jim Hennessey
E Co.345th Regiment 87th Infantry Division (Golden Acorn)

 

Frank: I received my beautiful post cards today! I have anxiously awaited and here they are, so beautifully taken and put together. The pictures tell a story of their own as I can only try to visualize the troops as they walked upon these grounds. God bless you for caring enough to devote your time to memories that should never be forgotten. "The father backward we can look, the farther forward we are likely to see."

Blessings,
Iris Fry

Hi Frank, Yes I did receive your postcards and value them very much. Although I had seen these sites during the war it was very satisfying to be able to see them again. Point Du Hoc does not seem to have changed one bit. It is just as my mind remembers it. The Colleville Sur Mer Memorial is the first time I have seen it and is very impressive. Wished I could have seen it when I visited the area a few years ago.

The church at Sainte Mere Eglise, is a beautiful picture. One that could very well be enlarged for framing. Might just do that.

The beach's at Vierville Sur Mer in Normandy. What a view. I can remember and can still picture in my mind the landing craft with all the GIs storming the beach's. And now you get a perfect picture of what it is today.

Frank, they are a great group of pictures. You should be very proud of them and deserve much credit for making them available.."

Warm regards,
Phil Hooper
327th Glider Infantry Regiment,
101st Airborne Division

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