D-Day & Normandy App

The Normandy Invasion on 6th June 1944, was one of the most important events of the Second World War.  Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of Hitler’s Nazi occupied Europe, was the largest amphibious assault in history.

Pocket Locations D-Day and Normandy edition is the essential pocket travel companion for anyone interested in reading about or visiting the fascinating D-day landing beaches and selected battle sites beyond.

Whether you are planning a visit dedicated to seeing 2nd World War sites or just taking a day out of your French holiday in Normandy or Brittany, then this app will help you efficiently plan your trip.  It will also guide you when in Normandy to ensure you find all your preferred locations to visit.

Let Pocket Locations, D-day and Normandy edition brilliantly guide you through ‘The Longest Day’.

Key features include;

  • Incredibly simple to use.
  • Downloaded maps, photos, narrative and GPS data so not roaming charges will be incurred.
  • Ideal for home and school research or as portable reference guide to D-Day and Normandy.
  •  It is an essential pocket companion on self drive trips or organised battlefield tours.
  • Packed with facts and interesting information that will help create a fuller picture and improve your understanding of one of the most important events of WW2.
  • For iPhone users it offers GPS functionality to allow you to see where you are on the inbuilt map, in relation to your next chosen location.
  • Offers Google Map direction service to guide you from your current position to your next chosen location (you may incur roaming charges if you choose to use this optional function)
  • Pocket Locations includes historical background, battlefield descriptions & photographs of 40 hand picked locations including;
  • The D day beaches of Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword.
  • 101st Airborne – Easy Company sites as made famous in the Band of Brothers miniseries by Stephen Ambrose.
  • Airborne assaults at Pegasus Bridge and on the Cotentin Peninsula around St Mere Eglise and Carentan.
  • German batteries, bunkers and Atlantic Wall strong points.
  • Normandy invasion museums.
  • British, American & Canadian cemeteries.
  • General points of interest.
  • Beautiful and historic Bayeux.


Get our ‘D-Day & Normandy’ App now.