Permanent Installation of Tamerville “Tribute to Our Liberators” Sign

The Tamerville “Tribute to Our Liberators” sign has been permanently installed on the west wall of the cemetery next to the town hall.

Sign with cemetery gate
Close up of sign on cemetery wallTamerville’s “Tribute To Our Liberators”sign on the west wall of the cemetery next to the town hall.

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Photos by Georges Dennebouy

Sign © Commune de Tamerville

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Northern France with details of the 3110th Signal Service Battalion’s service in Normandy.

Infantry, Air Force, Medical, and Signal Corps Units in Tamerville and Valognes


Another post in an ongoing series about our trip to France for the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the Liberation of France and the memorial in Tamerville

My late father Felix A. Cizewski, served in Company C,  3110th Signal Service Battalion in Tamerville and Cherbourg during the liberation of Normandy in 1944.


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