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D-Day: 9,000 Dead Soldiers Etched into The Sand On Normandy Beach

by | 6th, June 2014

BRITISH artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss etched 9,000 bodies of the many who died in the D-Day Normandy invasion. The Fallen 9000...

…was to mark Peace Day. The people on the beach represented the 9000 civilians, German and Allied Forces that died on the 6th June D-Day landing conflict. This is an example of what happens in the absence of peace and is a visual representation to help us understand the loss of 9000 people.

 

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Preparations for the invasion in photos.



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