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9,000 Fallen Soldiers Carved into the Sand of Normandy Beach to Commemorate World Peace Day

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    9,000 Fallen Soldiers Carved into the Sand of Normandy Beach to Commemorate World Peace Day

    Certainly a very creative and thoughtful tribute to the fallen, thank you for the link.
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    Now that is an amazing tribute! Leon.
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    Incredible ! A shame the tide had to come in and take them away just like the war did

    Nick
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    Quote by Woolgar View Post
    Incredible ! A shame the tide had to come in and take them away just like the war did

    Nick

    I agree, but I think that was part of the artistic concept.
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    It was in september 2013
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