Screening of the film “Equipes Nationales, ils sont gentils les gosses” (“National Teams, they’re nice kids”)

July 18, 2020 at the Normandy Victory Museum

This Saturday, July 18, 2020, the film crew came to present this moving docu-drama that traces the journey of young rescue workers during the German occupation of the city of Le Havre.

After viewing the film, visitors had the opportunity to chat with the team and ask questions. We were particularly moved to welcome 93-year-old Henriette Leprovost, who had come to the museum to share her story and experience with our visitors.

Henriette leprovost photo La Manche Libre 2020

… upcoming events

D-DAY 80 – 80th anniversary of Normandy Landing

D-DAY 80 – 80th anniversary of Normandy Landing

[ June 1 to 12, 2024 ] An exceptional D-Day anniversary will take place in 2024. The whole of Normandy is mobilized to pay international tribute to those who reopened the gates of freedom in Europe. The Normandy Victory Museum is preparing a rich program for visitors. It will soon be online. Sign up to receive it.

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COBRA 44 – Commemorative Festival – 2024 Edition

COBRA 44 – Commemorative Festival – 2024 Edition

[ 20 – 21 July 2024 ] For two days and for the fourth edition of the COBRA 44 festival, the Normandy Victory Museum commemorates the end of the Battle of the Hedges and becomes an open-air museum. The program will be online soon. Sign up to receive it.

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Push open the doors of history

Visit the Normandy Victory Museum Museum of the Battle of the Hedges. We are in Normandy, Manche dpt, France