Artists create moving tribute to those who died during the D-Day landings on the beaches of Normandy.

9,000 ghostly silhouettes scraped into French beach to remember D-Day

The sands of France's Arromanches beach were covered in 9,000 human silhouettes to mark the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21.@JamieWardley @RadioAndrewE- david brierley (@daveygee1947) September 23, 2013The art project called "The Fallen" was the brainchild of two British artists, and was meant to honor those who died during the D-Day landings on the same beach in Normandy, France during World War II. About 9,000 French civilians, German forces and Allied forces died on June 6, 1944.A team of ...

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