The 60th anniversary of D-Day takes place on 6 June. Numerous commemorative events are planned across Europe, with the main focus in northern France.
The following details of events are correct at time of listings. All times are local.
Thursday 3 June
Reconstruction of an American army camp
Vierville Sur Mer
Exhibition of floating models showing the equipment used on D-Day.
Reconstruction of an American military camp, countryside hospital, daily life of soldiers, military police quarter and call centre of the Signal Corp
Friday 4 June
Reconstruction of British Army camp complete with actors and period equipment
1500 Boarding begins of Van Gogh, British Legion chartered boat
PM Welcoming of ships of allied navies in Caen harbour
1120 Firework display
Saturday 5 June
Portsmouth, Southsea and Southampton
0845 Departure of ships for symbolic crossing with HMS Gloucester and RFA Wave Knight. Due to arrive at Ouistreham mid-afternoon
1010 4th/7th Dragoon Guards Memorial
1100 British Veterans' service and parade through village at Sword Beach, near statue of Montgomery, with salute
1100-1145 March-past of veterans of 3rd Parachute Brigade and unveiling of a statue of Brigadier Hill, last surviving officer of Brigadier/General rank.
1200-1230 Royal Navy and Royal Marines Memorial at the Gore maritime.
1330-1435 Inauguration of replica Horsa Glider at Pegasus Museum, including flypast by army air corps helicopters.
Beny Reviers Cemetery
1500 Franco-Canadian ceremony.
1545 Parachute drop with UK and Canadian paratroops from Battle of Britain memorial Flight Dakota and RAF Hercules transports over the Ranville DZ.
1445 Arrival of allied navies
Memorial service with wreath-laying, followed by poppy drop from Lancaster bomber above British Legion chartered boat Van Gogh
1700 -1800 Inauguration of British Garden of Remembrance
1800-30 Van Gogh to pass under Pegasus Bridge
2200 Champagne party for veterans at Cafe Grondee
2300 Fireworks lighting up whole of coastline from Sword beach through to Utah beach, co-ordinated to go off at same time from every village along the coast
Sunday 6 June
0700 Flag planting on Beach
0930-1100 US-French bilateral ceremony at US cemetery.
0930 Canadian ceremony Juno beach
0930 Franco-Dutch ceremony
1100 Bi-national service at British Cemetery.
1220 Official lunch of the Heads of State and Government at City Council
1430 International march-past on cliff top. Heads of State arrive from the 13 nations involved.
Flypast by French and British air forces plus Battle of Britain planes
Presentation of 70 Legion d'Honneur medals
Parachute drop by British, Americans and Canadians
1600 Re-enactment of a landing on Gold Beach in presence of veterans who landed there
1730 French national ceremony
1730 British Veterans to march in the square once town cleared of most of those attending international event.
Caen Peace Memorial
1830 French-German ceremony
1900 Commemorative concert followed by Beat Retreat in front of Town Hall
Monday 7 June
AM Norwegian Ceremony
2100 International youth choir concert