Welcome to the
Fallen Heroes of Normandy
Memorial archive, database and website.
The Fallen Heroes of Normandy Memorial website is, and always will be, a free to access archive for everyone. No subscriptions or memberships are needed to access or contribute to this archive. For more details about the Fallen Heroes of Normandy please visit our About Us page here.
The Fallen Heroes of Normandy Memorial archive and website
was officialy launched on Friday 5th June 2015 at the Memorial Pegasus Museum in Normandy, France.
In addition a new exhibition, dedicated to the fallen from the 6th Airborne Division
was also opened on this date.
For further details about the Fallen Heroes of Normandy 6th Airborne Division exhibitions, please visit
We would like to thank our many supporters, researchers and contributors for sending in photographs and additional information for some of the 50,000 plus memorial pages
we now have online.
We would also like to thank those, who still wait to see the photographs and information they have kindly provided, for their continued patience
as we work our way through a backlog of over 3,500 portraits and biographies.
All will be added to the respective memorial pages in due course
and we still continue to encourage people to send in further photographs and information.
Further details about the Fallen Heroes of Normandy archive
and how you may be able to help
by submitting photographs or information are below:
During the coming months we will adjust and optimise the working and development of the Quick Search facility on the database, and also improve the general layout of the website as we analyse its use during this period.
Please note that at present we are still refining the data for searches at unit/ship/battalion/squadron level for the British and Commonwealth forces, so please bear with us while we complete this part of the Quick Search page.
To make the website and archive more user fr