From Normandy up to Pilsen
70 years ago, June 6, 1944 in the morning, the Allied attack against Wehrmacht Units was opened by the Normandy Landings. The D-Day, when the invasion of Normandy started, became one of the most important events of World War II. The moment of surprise, soldiers´ determination and courage achieved success, the liberation of European Continent started there and continued up to May 1945. Some of the Units, which had combated on the Normandy beaches, finished their victory voyage in Pilsen.
26. 1. 2015
Due to high interest of public and active participants in the Festival, we are presenting the program of Liberation Festival 2015 in Pilsen. The program is not fully complete yet, but we are keeping it updated. The final version can be expected at the end of March 2015.
26. 1. 2015
Since the beginning of August 2014, on the occasion of the forthcoming 70th anniversary of the end of the 2nd World War, we present on our web serial "Week after Week." Events, day after day, week after week on the road of the Third US Army across Europe from Normandy to Pilsen under the command of General George S. Patton. Every Friday comes a new episode until May 8, 2015. More informations