Mulberry Harbour, D-Day

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Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Imperial War Museums
published on 20 May 2024
Mulberry Harbour, D-Day Download Full Size Image

A photograph showing sections of a Mulberry Harbour at the Normandy Landings which began on D-Day 6 June 1944. The Mulberry Harbour was a floating structure which allowed vehicles and supplies to be landed without the need to capture a port. This harbour was located off Arromanches on Gold Beach. (Imperial War Museums)

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