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Sixty-five years ago, America's greatest generation landed on the beaches of Normandy to help put the nail in the coffin of Nazism and free occupied Europe. It's the perfect time to look back, follow in their footsteps, and pay respect for their sacrifices while visiting a unique part of France. Eight years ago, after covering the Frankfurt International Automobile Show, in the immediate aftermath of the events of September 11th, Automotive Traveler Editorial Director Rich Truesdell traveled to the Normandy coast of France. It was to be the start of a long-planned trip tracing the route of Allied forces across France in the summer and fall of 1944. From D-Day's Normandy beaches to the forests of the Ardennes, site of the Battle of the Bulge, it would be an epic road trip best made in a Jeep Wrangler. The shadow of 9-11 gave him a different and more-emotional perspective. You can read about the trip in The Road to Liberty, Normandy to Bastogne, Part One.