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Juno beach sand

April 30 2004 at 7:31 AM
Frank Flierman  (Login Frank_Flierman)
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Response to Sand of Juno beach

i've been ther lately and i remember it as being light yellowish sand, like the sand found on almost any beach, and as for the anti tank stuff, on www.evidenceincamera.co.uk you can find a huge pile of earial pictures taken during the war, including of the actua; landing on the beaches. (at least that's what my news paper and local news told me.) HTH

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