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Women in war

They have long been the silent heroines of war. We knew them in the fields, at the factory and always behind the stoves, but they were also in combat, in the resistance and in roles that we can hardly imagine even today. We pay tribute to them in a thematic exhibition inside the museum and here we offer you a series of articles on the important role they played during the Second World War.

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The Weasel M29, a WWII all-terrain vehicle

The Weasel M29, a WWII all-terrain vehicle

The Normandy Victory Museum presents a rather unusual American army vehicle in its permanent exhibition. This is the Weasel, also known as the M29 Weasel Tracked Cargo Carrier. We invite you to learn more about this Swiss army knife-like vehicle that found its place during the Battle of Normandy.

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