Former Enemies Reunite

« As a child growing up I listened to my dad’s stories about his time in the military. We had the opportunity to travel with him to Normandy and retrace his footsteps.  We experienced some of the most incredible moments when we met the French civilians as well as a group of German vets. Geert was a great guide and I am so glad we found him.  I would recommend his services highly.»
Bonnie Krall, daughter of Sgt. George A. Cox
 

Sgt. George A Cox served as a tank commander in the 746th Tank Battalion and landed on Utah Beach on D-Day. He returned to Normandy with his wife and daughter Bonnie to trace his footsteps. Normandy Heroes helped them find the location where George was severly wounded in action on D+1.

George Cox standing at the hedgerow where his tank was knocked out in the village of Vierville on 7 June 1944.
George Cox standing at the hedgerow where his tank was knocked out in the village of Vierville on 7 June 1944.
Former enemies reunite. During their visit Geroge Cox and his family met up with  German paratrooper veterans who had faced him in June 1944.
Former enemies reunite. During their visit Geroge Cox and his family met up with German paratrooper veterans who had faced him in June 1944.