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[Probably Co. B, 660th Engrs. USA], FRANCE 1:25,000 [:] DEFENCES [:] QUETTEHOU [:] Sheet No. 31/20 N.E. [:] [:] Information as at May 44. [England,] May 1944.

Rare top-secret map of Quettehou, France, prepared for the Normandy Campaign

A very rare “Top Secret” map depicting the environs of Quettehou on the strategic Cotentin Peninsula, issued in May 1944, just weeks before the D-Day landings. This remarkable map depicts a roughly nine-by-six-mile area around Quettehou, a village on the east coast of the Cotentin Peninsula, just 15 miles north of Utah Beach and less […]

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[Co. B, 660th Engrs. USA], FRANCE 1:25,000 [:] DEFENCES CARENTAN [:] Sheet No. 31/18 S.E. [:] Edition of June 1943 [:] Information as at May 44. [England,] May 1944.

Top-secret map of the key crossroads town of Carentan, prepared for D-Day

A rare “Top Secret” map depicting the area around Carentan, a key Normandy crossroads and the scene of ferocious fighting from June 6-13, 1944. The town’s capture by elements of the 101st Airborne Division consolidated the Omaha and Utah beachheads, giving American forces a continuous defensive line to face German counterattacks. The map was issued […]

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[Probably Co. B, 660th Engrs. USA], FRANCE 1:25,000 [:] DEFENCES BAYEUX [:] Sheet No. 37/16 N.W. [:] Edition of June 1943 [:] Information as at May 44. [England,] May 1944.

Top-secret map of Bayeux prepared for D-Day, from the archive of a Frogman

A very rare “Top Secret” map depicting the environs of Bayeux, a key Normandy crossroads just a few miles inland from “Gold” Beach. Issued in May 1944, just weeks before the D-Day landings, the map is extremely detailed, overlaid with the most up-to-date tactical intelligence available to the Allies. From the collection of Louis J. […]

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“Printed under the Superintendence of Vice-Admiral Sir John Edgell, K.B.E., C.B., F.R.S., Hydrographer”, OMAHA AREA [:] TOP SECRET [:] ON.1 APPENDIX VII ANNEXE A INFORMATION UP TO 6TH APRIL 1944. [London?: War Office? Royal Navy?], 1944.

Rare Top-Secret map for the D-Day landing at Omaha Beach

A rare map depicting the Normandy coast at Colleville-sur-Mer, St. Laurent-sur-Mer and Vierville-sur-Mer, better known today simply as Omaha Beach. Issued less than two months before D-Day and bearing the “Top Secret” classification. Of the five D-Day landing beaches, that of the American 1st and 29th Infantry Divisions at Omaha was by far the most […]

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