Project ’44 is the first part of an online commemoration project launching this spring for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. The Canadian research and mapping association has created the largest database of all the major units’ that fought in the Battle of Normandy. You will be able to follow the First Canadian Army and her allies from the beaches of Normandy to the River Seine covering 87 days of combat from June 6th to August 31st 1944.
The Canadian Research and Mapping Association is proud to be partnering with the Juno Beach Centre. Over the next two years both the CRMA and the JBC will be working together to enhance the way Canadians study and commemorate the Second World War.