I have stayed dozens of times at Le Fournet, which is a typical Normandy farmhouse located very close to Omaha Beach. Tony Graves the owner is an amateur historian and an authority on The Battle of Britain. Tony has dedicated his life to digging up and recovering crashed and shot down aircraft. Read the amazing story of how he found the shot down Lancaster bomber by a German Focke Wolf fighter on D-Day and how it had the most senior and decorated RAF crew to fly in WWII.
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