The last visit for this day was at Musée Mémorial de la Bataille de Normandie (Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy) and the English cemetery. In this museum we saw a variety of clothes of all kinds of soldiers with various ranks and divisions.
Bayeux is the only town that wasn’t damaged at all. On June 14th, general De Gaulle arrived and set up the “Free Frenchmen" government.
The biggest English cemetery in Normandy is in Bayeux. It contains a staggering 4868 graves. The memorial in front of the cemetery is in honor of the 1837 soldiers missing in action.

German Hetzer pantser M10 Tank Destroyer British Churchill-VII 'Crocodile' flamethrower tank
Memorial stone for The Pompadours The British cemetery at Bayeux The British cemetery at Bayeux