by Lily Heise for Frommer’s
June 6th marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, however, this epic military victory was just the beginning of the liberation of France. It would take two and a half more months before Paris would be freed from its four years of Nazi Occupation, on August 25th, 1944. The memory of these four dark years of suppression, deportations and plundering, as well as the scars of the battle to liberate the capital, can be observed at various sites, both famous and lesser known, around the city. Keep reading here.