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Eisenhower speaking to Easy Company men of the 502d PIR of the US 101st Airborne Division, RAF Greenham Common, Newbury England, 5 Jun 1944

Caption     Eisenhower speaking to Easy Company men of the 502d PIR of the US 101st Airborne Division, RAF Greenham Common, Newbury England, 5 Jun 1944 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army Signal Corps
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Identification Code   111-SC-194399
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Dwight Eisenhower   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 5 Jun 1944
Photos at Same Place Newbury, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
Added By C. Peter Chen

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Sascha227 says:
8 Jul 2007 07:50:53 AM

Sorry,.. but this picture must be dated with 5th June 1944... D-Day was on June 6th.. the Paratroupers boarded their planes on the night from 5th to 6th June.
2. Jed Barton says:
5 Jun 2019 12:10:15 PM

I saw a program with Susan Eisenhower (Ike's grandaughter) on CSPAN and she said that Ike was talking to a trooper about fly fishing and was making a casting motion when this photo was taken/
3. Dawn says:
10 May 2024 05:05:34 PM

Is there a way to find the men's names in this photo. Supposedly, my step grandfather was there.
4. Dawn says:
10 May 2024 05:09:19 PM

I have another question. The photo I have has another code on it: ETO-M(or H)Q-44-4699(or8). Can anyone tell me what this means?

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Lat/Long 51.3786, -1.2822
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