Watch the BBC mini documentary about D-Day revisited seventieth anniversary preparations

The D-Day Landings in June 1944 remain the largest seaborne landings in world history. Thousands of lives were lost in this massive offensive, and we hope to pay some small tribute to the boys who never came home by ensuring they are not forgotten.

D-Day Revisited was first established in October 2008 for the primary purpose of funding a 65th anniversary visit by British Armed Forces Veterans to the Normandy Landings Sites and surrounding region. Now a registered Charity, we aim to run similar pilgrimages each year leading up to the 75th Anniversary giving veterans the opportunity to make that journey and remember their fallen comrades.

Our second objective is to provide a forum where World War II veterans can record and share their experiences with younger generations. Please feel free to explore the many fascinating accounts and stories which our veterans have kindly allowed us to share with you through this website.

"A nation that forgets its past has no future"
Winston Churchill