The M�morial de Caen is a museum and war memorial in Caen, Normandy, France commemorating the Second World War and the Battle for Caen. The building and grounds are located in the northern suburbs of the city of Caen on the site of an old blockhouse. The architect was Jacques Millet and the original curator was Yves Degraine.
The memorial is dedicated to the history of conflict in the 20th Century and particularly World War II. The museum was inaugurated on 6th June 1988 (the 44th anniversary of D day) by French President Francois Mitterrand. The original building deals primarily with World War II looking at the causes and course of the conflict.
I'm a freelance photographer interested in many areas of photography. I try capture all the special places and moments in life. I have compiled multiple street, landscape, documentary and portrait photographs from many countries of the world.
My photographs are in private collections in New York, Illinois, Ohio, Oregon, Florida, California, Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Idaho, North Carolina, Canada, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain, etc, as well as in several publications and as part of the scenic design for the Asia-Pacific tour of the production “Do You Hear The People Sing?”, a concert celebrating the work of Boublil and Schönberg (the creators of Les Misérables, Miss Saigon and others).
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