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Latest news from the museum
New for 2012 - we have found a PORPOISE (armoured ammunition carrying sled) and it has been restored and placed behind the SEXTON self-propelled gun in the Espace Robert Kiln.
Documents, plans, photos and personal memories welcome.
Click HERE to follow the recovery and restoration process. UPDATED 2nd July 2012.
The AMERICA-GOLD BEACH museum is situated in the centre of Ver sur Mer, next door to the town hall. It commemorates two momentous 20th century events that took place her in Ver sur Mer.
In 1927, the first mail-carrying flight from the USA to Europe crash-landed in the sea off Ver sur Mer. The aircraft, piloted by Commander Robert BYRD, was called the AMERICA.
On 6th June 1944, elements of the British 50th Infantry division and supporting armour landed here, as part of operation OVERLORD, on the beach known since that day as GOLD BEACH.
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2, place Amiral Byrd, F14114 - Ver sur Mer - Tel 00 33 231 22 58 58 Fax 00 33 231 21 09 12