Mulberry Harbour

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Mulberry Harbour

n
(Historical Terms) either of two prefabricated floating harbours towed across the English Channel to the French coast for the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944
[from the code name Operation Mulberry]
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Among the higher-priced items for sale were the original designs of the Mulberry harbor, the massive structures the Allied ferried across the English Channel to use as temporary ports on Normandy's coast.
Hour of the Wolf (206 pages) is published by Mulberry Harbor Press.
Mulberry Harbor, a temporary harbor built by the British, has remained as a testament to the lasting effects of D-day.
Guests will have a chance to fly over major sites such as the American Military Cemetery, Pointe du Hoc and the Mulberry Harbor at Arromanches.