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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

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