Official IWM D-Day Omaha Beach Map Scarf
Marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings
Our exclusive scarf shows a map used in the preparations for the D-Day landings on 6th June 1944. Issued to Allied forces to coordinate operations at sea, the document features the western sector known as Omaha Beach around Vierville-sur-Mer in France – from a bird's eye view and at eye-level, so you can appreciate what troops would have seen upon their approach.
And because the design is printed on 100% silk, you can properly enjoy the map's details, including annotations added in red to show obstacles put in place by the Germans to prevent intruders along the Normandy coastline.
Sales of this product support the work of Imperial War Museums
- Size: Size: 70 x 90 cm
- Made in Italy
- 100% Silk
- Comes in a IWM branded gift box
- The hanging tag contains the story behind this scarf
- Official Imperial War Museums licensed scarf
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