25 April 2004 - Arromanches, France - Tourists observe the remains of the artificial "Mulberry B" harbor lying at sea off the village of Arromanches, France, 25 August 2005. The harbor, which was built by the British and installed in June 1944, was a major supply route for the Allied forces.
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25 April 2004 - Arromanches, France - Tourists observe the remains of the artificial "Mulberry B" harbor lying at sea off the village of Arromanches, France, 25 August 2005. The harbor, which was built by the British and installed in June 1944, was a major supply route for the Allied forces.
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