Juno Beach Maps

D-Day Juno Beach Map
Juno Beach - D-Day
Map of 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landings on Juno Beach showing D-Day objectives and front line at midnight June 6.
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D-Day Canadian Assaults Map
Juno Beach - Canadian Assaults D-Day
Map of 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landings on Juno Beach showing D-Day objectives ("Yew", "Elm", "Oak" ) and front line at midnight June 6.
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D-Day Canadian Assaults Map
Juno Beach - D-Day Landings and D+1

Map of 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landings on Juno Beach showing D-Day objectives ("Yew", "Elm", "Oak" ) and advance of 1st Hussars, Fort Garry Horse and Sherbrooke Fusiliers tank regiments.

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D-Day Canadian Assaults Map
Juno Beach - Canadian Assaults D-Day - Nan Beach
Map of North Shores and Queen's Own Rifles (3rd Canadian Infantry Division) landings at St. Aubin-sur_mer and Bernieres-sur_mer on Juno Beach (Nan Beach).
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D-Day Canadian Assaults Map
Juno Beach - Canadian Assaults D-Day Mike Beach
Map of Regina Rifles, Royal Winnipeg Rifles, and Canadian Scottish (3rd Canadian Infantry Division) landings at Courseulles-sur-Mer on Juno Beach (Mike Beach).
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D-Day Canadian Assaults Map
Juno Beach - Canadian Assaults D-Day
Map of 3rd Canadian Infantry Division front line positions at midnight June 6.
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D-Day Canadian Assaults Map
Juno Beach - Canadian Assaults D-Day
Map of 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landings on Juno Beach showing D-Day objectives and front line at midnight June 6.
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Operation Overlord
Map of Operation Overlord - June 6, 1944, showing Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword beaches.
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D-Day German Defences Map
German Forces and Defences
German Forces and Defences - 716th Infantry Division Area - June 6, 1944.
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D-Day Normandy Map
The Invasion of Normandy
Map of Allied concentration and routes - June 6, 1944.
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Operation Overlord
Map of Operation Overlord - June 6, 1944, showing Gold, Juno and Sword beaches.
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Victory in Europe
Map showing Allied Operations in North-West Europe, the advance of First Canadian Army, and Canadian Assualts "D" Day.
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