Mulberry Harbour


A page on the technology used on D-Day on Dassault Systèmes’ website, also featuring a video of their demonstration of the interactive 3D experience of the Mulberry B harbour at Arromanches:

An article published by The Engineer regarding the digital reconstruction of the D-Day events made by French software house Dassault Systèmes:

An article published by the Institution of Mechanical Engineer about the 3D reconstruction of the Mulberry harbours:

Extracts of Allan H Beckett’s video interview about his key involvement in the Mulberry Harbour:

A website about saving Whale bridge units in Normandy by Christopher Long:

A section on the Mulberry harbours on Combined Operations Command’s website:

Details of the side scan survey of the remains of Mulberry B on the UK Hydrographic Office’s website:

A page about the Port of Winston Churchill (Mulberry B) at Arromanches by the Association Port Winston Churchill D’Arromanches (in French):

The Normandy landing beaches are on the Tentative List of UNESCO designated World Heritage Sites, the description (in French) supporting the sites’ application can be found on the World Heritage Site website:

An historical video titled “D-day secret revealed. Factory made invasion port” can be found on YouTube at this address:
D-day secret revealed. Factory made invasion port.

Beckett Rankine’s main website: