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Captured American M8 armored cars, northern France, summer 1944, photo 2 of 2CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 of the American Red Cross exiting landing craft during the Normandy campaign, France, 1944
Captured American M8 armored cars, northern France, summer 1944, photo 2 of 2CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 of the American Red Cross exiting landing craft during the Normandy campaign, France, 1944
Convoy of US CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 transport trucks moving inland after heavy equipment cleared the road, Normandy, France, 1944; note Jeeps and heavy earth moving equipmentCvilians placing flowers on the body of a dead American soldier, Carentan, France, mid-1944
Convoy of US CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 transport trucks moving inland after heavy equipment cleared the road, Normandy, France, 1944; note Jeeps and heavy earth moving equipmentCvilians placing flowers on the body of a dead American soldier, Carentan, France, mid-1944
Engine change for M4 Sherman tank “Hurricane” at a repair depot near the front lines, Le Teilleul, France, July 1944. Note Federal C-2 WreckerFrench resistance fighters working with American paratroopers in Normandy, France, Jun-Jul 1944
Engine change for M4 Sherman tank “Hurricane” at a repair depot near the front lines, Le Teilleul, France, July 1944. Note Federal C-2 WreckerFrench resistance fighters working with American paratroopers in Normandy, France, Jun-Jul 1944
German 150-mm artillery position Cherbourg, France, circa Jul 1944German and Italian prisoners of war from the Normandy campaign en route Britain on the battleship USS Texas, Jun 1944. Some are sitting due to seasickness. Note guard holding a Reising M50 submachinegun.
German 150-mm artillery position Cherbourg, France, circa Jul 1944German and Italian prisoners of war from the Normandy campaign en route Britain on the battleship USS Texas, Jun 1944. Some are sitting due to seasickness. Note guard holding a Reising M50 submachinegun.
German coastal artillery in the Pas-de-Calais, France area, date unknown but probably after Normandy invasion; note concrete casemate still under constructionGerman paratroopers in France, summer 1944; note FG 42 rifle and Model 24 grenades
German coastal artillery in the Pas-de-Calais, France area, date unknown but probably after Normandy invasion; note concrete casemate still under constructionGerman paratroopers in France, summer 1944; note FG 42 rifle and Model 24 grenades
German paratroopers with a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher in France, summer 1944German Tiger II heavy tank with Porsche-built turret at Canteloup, France, Jul 1944, photo 1 of 3
German paratroopers with a 15 cm NbW 41 rocket launcher in France, summer 1944German Tiger II heavy tank with Porsche-built turret at Canteloup, France, Jul 1944, photo 1 of 3
German Tiger II heavy tank with Porsche-built turret at Canteloup, France, Jul 1944, photo 2 of 3German Tiger II heavy tank with Porsche-built turret at Canteloup, France, Jul 1944, photo 3 of 3
German Tiger II heavy tank with Porsche-built turret at Canteloup, France, Jul 1944, photo 2 of 3German Tiger II heavy tank with Porsche-built turret at Canteloup, France, Jul 1944, photo 3 of 3
HMS Rodney and other warships off the coast of Normandie off Caen, France, Jun-Jul 1944LCT-855 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances at Normandy, France, Jun 1944
HMS Rodney and other warships off the coast of Normandie off Caen, France, Jun-Jul 1944LCT-855 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances at Normandy, France, Jun 1944
Mulberry harbor, off Normandie, France, 1944RAF and US Navy VCS-7 pilots briefed before flying a gunfire spotting mission over the Normandy beach heads, circa Jun-Jul 1944
Mulberry harbor, off Normandie, France, 1944RAF and US Navy VCS-7 pilots briefed before flying a gunfire spotting mission over the Normandy beach heads, circa Jun-Jul 1944
Ram OP (Observation Post) tank in Normandy, France, mid-1944Two Nuns and a French family examined the ruins of the bombed Église Saint-Malo, Valognes, France, Jul 1944
Ram OP (Observation Post) tank in Normandy, France, mid-1944Two Nuns and a French family examined the ruins of the bombed Église Saint-Malo, Valognes, France, Jul 1944

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