Normandy D-Day Google exhibit tribute continues

On June 6, 1944 the Normandy Landings were the landings of the Allied invasion of Normandy, also known as D-Day. 70 years on and we still pay tribute to all those that lost their lives on the beaches.

Brilliantly put together cultural institute exhibit by Google allows users to read many items, there are 471 items and viewers can read a copy of FDR’s D-Day prayer by Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, viewers can also see items such as a top secret progress report from Eisenhower to Marshall and much more.

The Google Normandy landings exhibit shows so much including 5 exhibits such as D-Day and the Normandy Invasion, plus D-Day 6 June 1944 by Imperial War Museums.

There are so many ways to pay tribute to D-Day and Google have managed very well in doing so, its massive dedicated home page shares a lot of history.

So many people have paid their respects; so much so 9,000 bodies were stenciled into Normandy beach to mark Peace Day. There were 60 people at first taking part and then it accumulated onto 500 volunteers’ – for more information on this please visit the Daily Mail.

The Google Normandy landings dedicated home page has a lot of information, viewers can choose different viewing modes, can sort by default, newest or oldest, and so much more. You can also pay tribute and share each of the items to wither Facebook, Twitter, Gmail or email by clicking on the share button.

What do you think of the Google Normandy landings dedicated home page?

Normandy D-Day Google exhibit tribute continues