Battle of Normandy – via Hill 112


A 1:300 000 scale fabric Michelin SplashMap to aide tourism guides at the WW2 Normandy landing beaches

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

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

Working together we’ve mapped the pilgimage trail starting from Gold Beach and ending 60 miles away at the place where the decisive withdrawal of German Troops via Hill 226 and Chambois happened. Historical notes, graphic enhancement and regimental emblems adorn the map originally made in collaboration between SplashMaps and the cartographic teams at Michelin.

The ideal overview of the landings, battles and troop movements during the Summer of 1944, this map is an amazing guide to use when walking, touring or driving this pivotal area of France.

Escape and Evasion Maps

Original Escape and Evasion maps of the period were often printed on fabric to support 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. Now they find their use in relaying the important facts of the Liberation for future generations.

SplashMaps’ Pro weatherproof fabric

The Michelin SplashMaps use SplashMaps’ 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.


28″ x 28″

73 x 73 cm

Additional information

Dimensions 73 × 73 cm
Map Scale



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