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Battle of Normandy Map- via Hill 112

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A 1:300 000 scale Battle of Normandy Map on fabric from SplashMaps aids tourism guides at the WW2 Normandy landing beaches and beyond, highlighting key strategic positions and the tank monument at Hill 112 and the Montormel Museum.

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A perfect remembrance pilgrimage walk to relive the epic events of this historic Allied Offensive


Why have a SplashMap on a Battlefield? Ask the International Guild of Battlefield Guides


The SmartT project helped us to work with enthusiasts and historians for the first iteration of this memorial map.


Battle of Normandy Remembrance Pilgrimage Walk

This Battle of Normandy Map via Hill 112 SplashMap features a new Remembrance Pilgrimage Walk. Commemorating the World War Two liberation of Europe, this is an enhanced extract from our Battle of Normandy Michelin SplashMap. Thanks to our involvement with the Hill 112 Memorial Foundation, Culture Crossings Limited  and the SmartT project.

Starting at Gold Beach

Working together we’ve mapped the pilgrimage trail. This Battle of Normandy Map defines a 60 mile trail. Starting at Gold Beach, going over Hill 112, it concludes at the location of the decisive withdrawal of German Troops via Chambois and Hill 226N (aka MONTORMEL). Historical notes, graphic enhancement and regimental emblems adorn this 1946 Michelin map.

This map gives the ideal overview of the landings, battles and troop movements during the Summer of 1944. It makes it an amazing guide to use when walking, guiding, touring or driving around this pivotal area of France.

What happened there? Al Murray & James Holland discuss

Why do SplashMaps have a Hill 112 variant of our Normandy Overview Map? Hitorian, James Holland and Al Murray explain all in their fabulous ‘We Have Ways’ Pod cast. Listen HERE.

The foundation of the United Nations

We believe these sites (HILL 112 and MONTORMEL) deserve recognition by UNESCO on their World Heritage List. That’s why the D-DAY2DANTE ® war walk was developed by Culture Crossings, to link each of them to GOLD Beach. They were focal points in the Battle of Normandy, thus leading to the foundation of the United Nations (UN) by the victors of WW2.

“The United Nations have inflicted upon the Germans great defeats, in open battle, man-to-man.” US General Dwight Eisenhower’s letter to troops before D-Day.

NOTES on the 2021 revision now available in stock:

  • we have placed the Churchill Tank emblem on Hill 112 which clearly commemorates the memorial Albert Figg arranged to maintain there.
  • the museum at Montormel is clearly marked in and branded

Escape and Evasion Maps

Escape and Evasion maps of the period were often printed on fabric. They supported covert operations and resistance behind enemy lines. Escape and Evasion maps remain crucial in the liberation of airmen and in paving the way for successful campaigns today.

SplashMaps’ Pro weatherproof fabric

SplashMaps’s battle maps use Pro weatherproof fabric to survive everything. They’ll guide you to the key locations and live as a memento of key events from your and the world’s history. They make a perfect bandana!

Key content

Boldly marked advancements of the British and USA commands from sea and aerial landings to the land battles. Landing Beaches Juno, Sword, Gold, Omaha, Utah. Major liberations of Cherbourg, Caen, St-Lo, Cotentin, Courseuiles, Arromanches, Isigny, St Mere-Eglise, la Haye-du-Puits, Avranches, Mont St-Michel. German advances at Mortain and Falaise and the eventual advancements to Paris, the Seine, Le Mans, The Loire Valley, St Malo, Brest, Rennes and the companies involved in each.

Additional Information

Our 6 Armies Map gives you a detailed current map of the region and commemorative walk.

You can upgrade your map to a fabulous Microfibre towel featuring both maps on one quick-drying product!

Size: 28″ x 28″ or 73 x 73 cm

Additional information

Weight 0.058 kg
Dimensions 73 × 73 cm
Map Scale


1 review for Battle of Normandy Map- via Hill 112

  1. Don (verified owner)

    AT LAST – in the words of Etta James’ song – working with agile SplashMaps, we have 2 maps for “Our Walk Committee’s” charity walk for 70 miles over WW2 battlefields. These indicate (A) why [i.e. this map] & (B) where we will walk from GOLD Beach, via HILL 112, to MONTORMEL – which (in my opinion) marks the destruction (less than 180 miles from Southampton!) of the German 7th Army, and its subsequent flight from France, by autumn 1944. Please send a £5 note (via Royal Mail signed for) to PO Box 1010, Nottingham, NG5 8TF, for a leaflet (for UK only).

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