Passing on history
The Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy is a place of remembrance, the aim of which it is to pass on History and memories of war.
The expertise of Rémy Desquesnes
The Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy benefits from the expertise of Historian Rémy Desquesnes. Rémy Desquesnes has a PHD in History, on the topic of the Atlantic Wall and is the author of works dealing with aspects of the Second World War.
Understanding and remembering
The Battle of Normandy - three months of fierce fighting in Normandy - was a great battle of the Second World War. The Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy deals with this decisive event of History, and honours the memory of civil and military casualties.
Remembrance, memory and history
The Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy gives an account of the Battle of Normandy, explaining its development and setting the battle in a broarder context in order to facilitate the understandings of events. The museum resonates in different ways - memory or remembrance - depending on visitors : war veterans, local visitors, French and foreign tourists, school children, experts...