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German prisoners captured by Canadian troops at Langrune sur Mer, Normandy, France, 7 Jun 1944

Caption   German prisoners captured by Canadian troops at Langrune sur Mer, Normandy, France, 7 Jun 1944 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseImperial War Museum
Identification Code   4700-29 B 5144
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 21 Sep 2008

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Licensing  Crown Copyright / Public Domain. According to the Crown Copyright laws of the United Kingdom, copyright protection has expired for photographs created prior to 1 Jun 1957.

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
20 Dec 2014 06:47:48 PM

FACE OF THE ENEMY: IT WAS A COLD AND WINDY DAY Our captured Junior NCO looks like he's in shock but alive. He's been issued the late war pattern M43 field tunic without pleats on the pockets. As the war progressed with shortages of materials uniforms were of inferior quality. He's also been issued the M40 double breasted greatcoat with French cuffs, same as the soldier in the back ground. I what's Otto thinking? The war is over for me. der Krieg ist fur mich zu Ende

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