Juno & Gold Beach

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By kjfitz @ 2005-06-24 14:08:13
This is the location of the Juno and Gold beaches of the D-Day invasion during WWII.

Are these the remains of the artificial harbor (mulberry) built by the allies just after D-Day?
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@ 2005-12-07 15:19:36
I don’t think this is both Gold and Juno beaches. According to the maps I have seen, this is Gold beach only. Juno is just off the map to the east (right). British forces landed at Gold, Canadian forces at Juno.