D-Day

Page 10 – Further information

This web feature was written by Alison Parr and produced by the NZHistory.net.nz team.

Links

  • Aerial photographs of the beaches and other sites of battle are provided.
  • The BBC's animation contains a time line of the Allied advance between D-Day and August 1945.
  • The D-Day Museum in Portsmouth contains pictures and explanation of the contemporary Overlord Embroidery (83 m long) inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry in France.
  • New Zealand and France Shared Memory Arrangement seeks to foster understanding of the two countries' shared heritage of 20th-century wars.

Books

  • Alison Parr, The big show: New Zealanders, D-Day and the war in Europe, Auckland University Press, Auckland, 2006
How to cite this page

'Further information', URL: https://nzhistory.govt.nz/war/d-day/links, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 10-Sep-2014