Unlike my daughter’s postcard collection, I don’t have many postcards in the Collection that double as stickers. So I was glad when this odd specimen recently arrived:
This emblem sticker (“Blason Adhesif”) is of the Juno Beach Centre, a museum in Normandy, France dedicated to Canada’s world war two history.
Here’s the reverse side of the postcard:
“August 4, 2014
Hello for Juno – We’re at the wrong war today, the [unknown] beach of WWI.
We toured the German bunkers in the centre of the beach – the beach is 8 km. long and had a few bunkers in it. Very shallow waters, can understand why they choose here for the landings.
Do you have a sticker card?