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Sign the Petition to prevent wind turbines from being built off the D-Day beaches

NO to windfarms off the D-Day beaches

With no exception our organizations regard this as an invasion of sacred grounds where so many warriors gave their lives.
We are launching an appeal to the international community. We are canvassing for signatures in an effort to strike off this project. Together we ask all to support our call to have these sites placed under UNESCO’s World Patrimony so they may remain protected once and for all from any industrialization development.
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Petition: (sign here)

On June 6, 1944, the largest Armada of all times encompassing 6939 warships, 150,000 enlisted allied forces was engaged in the Neptune and Overlord peace operations to invade the coast of Normandy and establish a spearhead point to facilitate beaching of the troupes.
Europe. It was at the center of a plan which eventually opened the road to Liberty, Arromanches, also known as Port Winston, became the gateway to the liberation of Democracy, European Hope and Peace. The artificial port remained functional from June to November 1944 and successfully contributed to the ally’s endeavors.
Today, Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword beaches have become memorials and a procedure has been introduced to have them recognized and included under UNESCO’s World Patrimony. Port Winston remains a classified site with its relics of the past and maritime cultural heritage.

Arromanches is under the spotlights more than ever. The windmills farm project in front of the landing beaches is actually debated.… more

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One Comment on “Sign the Petition to prevent wind turbines from being built off the D-Day beaches”

  1. Sara Skidmore May 22, 2013 at 8:04 pm #

    I have been to the D day beachs and I think it would be very improper to scar the place where lots of men gave their lives for us.

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