Maisy battery

Local nameBatterie de Maisy
LocationGrandcamp-Maisy, France

The Maisy Battery is a group of World War II artillery batteries constructed by the German Wehrmacht near the French village of Grandcamp-Maisy in Normandy. It formed a part of Germany's Atlantic Wall coastal fortifications and was the principal position of defence for that area. It was responsible for the defense of the sector between the Longues-sur-Mer and the St Marcouf batteries. It could target the sectors around both Omaha Beach and Utah Beach, two of the five landing sites for the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944.

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Coordinates 49°22'31.804" N -1°3'40.246" E

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