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A Cromwell tank and jeep of 10 PSK, Polish 1st Armored Division passing an abandoned German PaK 43/41 gun during Operation Totalize, France, 8 Aug 1944A Hitler Youth soldier captured by Canadian soldiers, Caen, France, 9 Aug 1944
A Cromwell tank and jeep of 10 PSK, Polish 1st Armored Division passing an abandoned German PaK 43/41 gun during Operation Totalize, France, 8 Aug 1944A Hitler Youth soldier captured by Canadian soldiers, Caen, France, 9 Aug 1944
British PIAT team, Normanie, France, 9 Aug 1944Canadian troops posing with a captured German flag, near Hautmesnil, France, 10 Aug 1944; note Sten gun and Lee-Enfield rifle
British PIAT team, Normanie, France, 9 Aug 1944Canadian troops posing with a captured German flag, near Hautmesnil, France, 10 Aug 1944; note Sten gun and Lee-Enfield rifle
A soldier of the US Army looks at a German half-track camouflaged with branches near Le Neufbourg, France, Aug 12 1944. The half-track SdKfz 251 Ausf D, SS 926256 is from the 1.SS-Panzer-Division Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. Note the soldiers M3 Grease GunBritish Beaufighters of RAF 236 Squadron and RCAF 404 Squadron making a rocket attack on the heavily armed German mine detector ship Sauerland off La Pallice France, 12 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2
A soldier of the US Army looks at a German half-track camouflaged with branches near Le Neufbourg, France, Aug 12 1944. The half-track SdKfz 251 Ausf D, SS 926256 is from the 1.SS-Panzer-Division Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. Note the soldiers M3 Grease GunBritish Beaufighters of RAF 236 Squadron and RCAF 404 Squadron making a rocket attack on the heavily armed German mine detector ship Sauerland off La Pallice France, 12 Aug 1944. Photo 1 of 2
A French woman welcomed American and French troops, Alençon, Basse-Normandie, France, 14 Aug 1944American soldiers welcomed by French citizens, 14 Aug 1944
A French woman welcomed American and French troops, Alençon, Basse-Normandie, France, 14 Aug 1944American soldiers welcomed by French citizens, 14 Aug 1944
Church in Coutances, France devastated by Operation Cobra bombing, 14 Aug 1944Philippe Leclerc in Fleuré-Écouché region, France, circa Aug 1944
Church in Coutances, France devastated by Operation Cobra bombing, 14 Aug 1944Philippe Leclerc in Fleuré-Écouché region, France, circa Aug 1944
Troops of British KingCanadian soldiers at the Falaise, France town entrance, 17 Aug 1944
Troops of British King's Shropshire Light Infantry regiment resting next to a Sherman tank of British 3rd Royal Tank Regiment, France, 15 Aug 1944Canadian soldiers at the Falaise, France town entrance, 17 Aug 1944
Lord Louis Mountbatten visiting General Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 18 Aug 1944.American soldiers and vehicle in Ballon, France, circa 18-20 Aug 1944
Lord Louis Mountbatten visiting General Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 18 Aug 1944.American soldiers and vehicle in Ballon, France, circa 18-20 Aug 1944
American troops posing with a captured Nazi flag and a wrecked German tank, Chambois, France, 20 Aug 1944Charles de Gaulle spoke at the balcony of Hotel de Ville, Cherbourg, France, 20 Aug 1944
American troops posing with a captured Nazi flag and a wrecked German tank, Chambois, France, 20 Aug 1944Charles de Gaulle spoke at the balcony of Hotel de Ville, Cherbourg, France, 20 Aug 1944
Generals Courtney Hodges, Henry (Harry) Crerar, Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Miles Dempsey after a tactical meeting in a Normandy hayfield, 21 Aug 1944.US Army Lieutenant General Omar Bradley travelling near his headquarters at Granville, France, 21 Aug 1944
Generals Courtney Hodges, Henry (Harry) Crerar, Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Miles Dempsey after a tactical meeting in a Normandy hayfield, 21 Aug 1944.US Army Lieutenant General Omar Bradley travelling near his headquarters at Granville, France, 21 Aug 1944
Destroyed German Tiger II heavy tank near Vimoutiers, France, 22 Aug 1944LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Armored Division for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944
Destroyed German Tiger II heavy tank near Vimoutiers, France, 22 Aug 1944LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Armored Division for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944

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