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'The Fallen 9000' sand art project to honour those killed at Arromanches on D-Day

Artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley organized volunteers to create their art project 'The Fallen 9000' on September 21, 2013. The event, which was part of International Peace Day, was organized to commemorate those Canadian, American, British and German citizens who lost their lives on D-Day. The gathered on Arromanches beach in Normandy, Frances to stencil images of fallen soldiers in the sand, only to have the tide wash them away at the end of the day.

The Fallen 9000 honours lives lost on D-Day

Artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley organized volunteers to create their

art project 'The Fallen 9000' on September 21, 2013. The event, which was part of International Peace Day, was organized to commemorate those

Canadian, American, British and German citizens who lost their lives on

D-Day. The gathered on Arromanches beach in Normandy, Frances to stencil

images of fallen soldiers in the sand, only to have the tide wash them

away at the end of the day.

For more information about the project, visit their website at www.thefallen9000.info