- Starts: 01/03/2019 9:00 am
- Ends: 31/12/2019 4:00 pm
The Juno Beach Centre proudly flies the flags of 10 nations in recognition of those who fought alongside Canadians during the Battle of Normandy. The “Together!” exhibit highlights their roles, contributions, and the connections to Canadians on land, in the air, and at sea.
It also incorporates the reflections of the Juno Beach Centre’s visitors who shared their thoughts on what it means to see their national flag snapping in the wind on Juno Beach and how they remember their country’s contributions to the Allied victory in Europe.
This temporary exhibit is composed of 12 panels presented in the hall of the Juno Beach Centre. The access is free during the museum’s opening hours.
More than a museum dedicated to the landings on D-Day, the Juno Beach Centre is a place of memory representing a whole nation. It recalls the participation of Canada in the Second World War and its important contribution to the liberation of Western Europe. Canada itself emerged transformed from the conflict.
The “In their footsteps” exhibit: the story of these men and women who lived the D-Day landing on 6 June 1944.