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Diane, I bought your book at Memorial de Caen a month ago and just finished reading it. I loved it and am disappointed that I am done. Does The
Calliope is a horse, but not an ordinary horse. She’s a Metropolitan Police horse working in London during WWII.
A children's book about Zip, a carrier pigeon trained to carry special messages to the French Resistance in Normandy.
Let me tell you a bit about how I ended up here in France and how I can help you have the best France vacation.
On most tours of the D-Day beaches, I take a left at the village hall of Colleville and head down a winding path to the Fox sector of Omaha Beach. Part
My boyfriend has always been talking about his great uncle who lost his life in Operation Jubilee in Dieppe, France. When we planned to go to Paris for
One of the most epic days of my life! I have been wanting to visit Dieppe my entire life to pay respect to a family relative who died in Operation Jubilee.
Our New Year’s trip to Vouvray - Part 2
My New Year’s eve weekend trip to Vouvray in the Loire River Valley
Want to get a glimpse into real French life? Here, I will give periodic updates and musings on my life in France!
August 1918 WWI . In FISMES a town near Reims (east of Paris)
My husband and I were beyond pleased with our full day tour of the D-Day sites. We both enjoy this chapter of history, and our guide Diane Condon-Boutier
Henry IV Museum - Saint Valery En Caux - Normandy
We have visited Rouxmesnil-Bouteilles twice now for the Feb. 11 commemoration ceremony. The ceremony honors those who were killed when the B24 Liberator