❰PDF❯ ✅ Managing and Interpreting D-Days Sites of Memory Author Geoffrey Bird – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk More than seventy years following the D Day Landings of 6 June 1944 Normandy's war heritage continues to intrigue visitors and researchers Receiving well over two million visitors a year the Normandy More than seventy years Interpreting D-Days PDF/EPUB Á following the D Day Landings of June Normandy's war heritage continues to intrigue visitors and researchers Receiving well over two million visitors a year the Normandy landscape of war is among the most visited cultural sites in France This book explores the significant role that heritage and tourism play in the present day with regard to educating the Managing and PDF or public as well as commemorating those who foughtThe book examines the perspectives experiences and insights of those who work in the field of war heritage in the region of Normandy where the D Day landings and the Battle of Normandy occurred In this volume practitioner authors represent a range of interrelated roles and responsibilities These perspectives include national and regional governments and coordinating agencies involved and Interpreting D-Days eBook ✓ in policy planning and implementation; war cemetery commissions; managers who oversee particular museums and sites; and individual battlefield tour guides whose vocation is to research and interpret sites of memoryOften interviewed as key informants for scholarly articles the day to day observations experiences and and Interpreting D-Days Sites of Epub / management decisions of these guardians of remembrance provide valuable insight into a range of issues and approaches that inform the meaning and Interpreting D-Days Sites of Epub / of tourism remembrance and war heritage as well as implications for the management of war sites elsewhere Complementing the Normandy practitioner offerings scholarly investigations provide an opportunity to compare and debate what is happening in the management and interpretation at other World War II related sites of war memory such as at Pearl Harbor Okinawa and Portsmouth UKThis innovative volume will be of interest to those interested in remembrance tourism war heritage dark tourism battlefield tourism commemoration D Day and World War II.
- 310 pages
- Managing and Interpreting D-Days Sites of Memory
- Geoffrey Bird
- 08 August 2016 Geoffrey Bird