Where’s The Beacon?

Peggy Debien poses with The Beacon at museum in England

Peggy Debien, Curator at Ottawa County Museum in Port Clinton, enjoyed her recent visit to the famed D-Day Museum in Portsmouth, England. Debien is standing in front of a 272-foot Overlord Embroidery made up of 34 eight-foot panels fabricated by the Royal School of Needlework using WWII wartime photographs. The D-Day story is told in three parts at the museum: Preparation; D-Day and the Battle of Normandy; Legacy and the Overlord Embroidery.

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