Keychain representing the Landing which took place on June 6, 1944 on the beaches of Normandy and in particular that of Utah-Beach in silver color.
One can observe a plane representing undoubtedly the famous B-26 Marauder which is an American bomber used during the Second World War on the European front.
There are only 3 of them left in the world today, one of which is exhibited at the Utah-Beach Landing Museum.
We can also see a Jeep.
Indeed, in 1940, the U.S. Army decided to acquire a light reconnaissance vehicle.
Fast and practical, this vehicle effectively became the “all-purpose vehicle” of the U.S. Army.
Used by a large majority of armies around the world after World War II, the Jeep is one of the symbols of this international conflict.
An average of 650,000 units were produced during the Second World War.
On this key chain are also represented the 4 flags of the Allied countries that participated in the D-Day landings: France, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.