Twenty-four thousand Allied paratroopers had already hurtled into the dank gloom all over Normandy.
Unable to bear the unexpected financial burden, Normandy will likely go bankrupt by the spring.
The forces in Calais would have moved to Normandy and could well have thrown the Allies back into the sea.
Above the cliffs at Omaha Beach is the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, beautifully landscaped by Markely Stevenson.
But as the Flying Fortresses arrived over Normandy, gunning toward the bridge at Caen, the cloud cover suddenly thickened.
How long Bernard remained in Normandy, we cannot conjecture.
He found a changed state of affairs on his arrival in Normandy.
Normandy (nor'man-di), an ancient province of France occupied by the Northmen or Normans during their invasion.
I went twice to Havre in this ship also, when I left her for the Normandy, in the same line.
Argentan (a˙r-zha˙n˙-tn˙), a French town, department of Orne (Normandy), with an old castle and some manufactures.