Café Gondrée

The Café Gondrée of Thérèse and Georges Gondrée is a café located near Pegasus Bridge. It is often presented as the first house in mainland France to be liberated, during the Normandy landings on 6 June 1944, however disputed by historian Norbert Hugedé in his book dedicated to Operation Deadstick.
Today the café is the meeting point for veterans of the 6th British Airborne during commemorations.

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