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Gans had many brushes with death in Normandy and escaped them all.The Untold Story of a Secret Unit of Heroic Jewish Commandos in World War II|Leah Garrett|June 21, 2021|Time
Even though it’s set in the sunniest of locales, the coastal area around Normandy, it gives off a heady, late-August perfume.A Teenager in Normandy Feels the Heat of First Love in Summer of 85|Stephanie Zacharek|June 18, 2021|Time
Kaidan technically outranks Shepard, and he has his own squad before joining the Normandy.
The problem with her is that she was a perfectly fine character already as the Normandy’s disembodied AI voice.
Conversations with him provide interesting philosophical debates about the Normandy crew’s role, and what’s important to prioritize at the end of all things.
And as his stunned neighbors in Normandy might tell you, even allegedly nice guys are fair game.Showing the Faces of Its Murderers, ISIS Shows Its Global Reach|Tracy McNicoll|November 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He had as a helpful ally in this Adolf Hitler, who kept refusing to believe the Normandy landings were the main landings.Blood in the Sand: When James Jones Wrote a Grunt’s View of D-Day|James Jones|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I visited Normandy for the first time a few weeks ago for the sole purpose of tasting cider at one specific estate.
Case in point—a Normandy estate that is making cider that rivals the area's fine wine.
The soldiers who landed at Normandy knew that the whole country was thinking of them.It Wasn’t Just Bergdahl. On Afghanistan, All of America Is AWOL.|Michael Daly|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Those songs of revolt gave the signal to terrible insurrections in Normandy and Brittany.
In 1651 she married the marquis de Brinvilliers, then serving in the regiment of Normandy.
The high Normandy coast is always charming, but it is equally so at a hundred other points.
Katrington, the squire, was governor of a castle in Normandy.
Margaret suggested that he should take the regency of Normandy in the Duke of York's stead.