The Dieppe Raid, Canada's darkest day of the Second World War, is steeped in controversy, mystery and tragedy. The exhibition explores the evolution of our understanding of the Raid, its connection to Juno Beach at the time of D-Day and the liberation of Dieppe in September 1944.
An eco-designed exhibition produced by the Juno Beach Center in partnership with the War Heritage Institute of Belgium. The exhibition is supported by the Normandy Region, the Ministry of the Armed Forces and Seaspans.
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- Address: Centre Juno Beach, Voie des Français Libres, 14470 COURSEULLES-SUR-MER
- Website: www.junobeach.org