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Allied cargo transfer point on Omaha Beach, 19 Jul 1944; note British battleship Centurion in the center of backgroundBernard Montgomery showing Winston Churchill a map held by Gen GG Symonds, during Churchill
Allied cargo transfer point on Omaha Beach, 19 Jul 1944; note British battleship Centurion in the center of backgroundBernard Montgomery showing Winston Churchill a map held by Gen GG Symonds, during Churchill's visit to Normandy, 22 Jul 1944. Behind Churchill is LGen Miles Dempsey.
Winston Churchill, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey crossing the Orne River in Caen, France during Churchill’s inspection tour, 22 Jul 1944. This bridge was thereafter known as “The Winston Bridge.”A German one-man submarine preparing to be launched into the River Seine near the Normandy invasion beaches in France, 24 Jul 1944; note torpedo fitted underneath the craft
Winston Churchill, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey crossing the Orne River in Caen, France during Churchill’s inspection tour, 22 Jul 1944. This bridge was thereafter known as “The Winston Bridge.”A German one-man submarine preparing to be launched into the River Seine near the Normandy invasion beaches in France, 24 Jul 1944; note torpedo fitted underneath the craft
A Tiger II tank of German 503rd Heavy Tank Battalion wrecked after being rammed by a Sherman tank driven by Lieutenant John Reginald Gorman of British 2nd Armoured Irish Guards on 18 Jul 1944, with most of the German crew captured, Cagny, France, circa late Jul 1944American troops leaving the first troop transport to enter Cherbourg harbor, 25 Jul 1944
A Tiger II tank of German 503rd Heavy Tank Battalion wrecked after being rammed by a Sherman tank driven by Lieutenant John Reginald Gorman of British 2nd Armoured Irish Guards on 18 Jul 1944, with most of the German crew captured, Cagny, France, circa late Jul 1944American troops leaving the first troop transport to enter Cherbourg harbor, 25 Jul 1944
US Army African-American soldiers T/5 Dexter Clayton and M/Sgt. Nelson T. Ewing tying wire to form a fence, France, 25 Jul 1944; note Springfield M1903 rifle and M1 Carbine (partially hidden)Tractors hauled supplies around an overflow materiel yard in England, which held supplies exceeding the capacity of Normandy yards, 28 Jul 1944
US Army African-American soldiers T/5 Dexter Clayton and M/Sgt. Nelson T. Ewing tying wire to form a fence, France, 25 Jul 1944; note Springfield M1903 rifle and M1 Carbine (partially hidden)Tractors hauled supplies around an overflow materiel yard in England, which held supplies exceeding the capacity of Normandy yards, 28 Jul 1944
US Army convoy passing through the remains of Saint-LĂ´, France during the Normandy invasion, 29 Jul 1944; note Jeeps, CCKW 2-1/2 ton transports, Studebaker M29 Weasel, and Dodge WC54 field ambulanceView of the railway ferry terminal in Cherbourg harbor, 29 Jul 1944
US Army convoy passing through the remains of Saint-LĂ´, France during the Normandy invasion, 29 Jul 1944; note Jeeps, CCKW 2-1/2 ton transports, Studebaker M29 Weasel, and Dodge WC54 field ambulanceView of the railway ferry terminal in Cherbourg harbor, 29 Jul 1944
Two French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-LĂ´, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944Aerial view of the bocage country at the Cotentin Peninsula, Normandy, France, mid- or late-1944
Two French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-LĂ´, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944Aerial view of the bocage country at the Cotentin Peninsula, Normandy, France, mid- or late-1944
German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 1 of 5German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 2 of 5
German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 1 of 5German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 2 of 5
German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 3 of 5German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 4 of 5
German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 3 of 5German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 4 of 5
German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 5 of 5German paratrooper with MP 40 submachine gun, France, summer 1944
German 8.8 cm FlaK gun in the field, northern France, late Jul-early Sep 1944, photo 5 of 5German paratrooper with MP 40 submachine gun, France, summer 1944
Damaged Railway near Coutances, Normandy, France, 1 Aug 1944Russian Count Nicolas Roumiantzoff serving as a Lt Colonel with the Free French Division, First Spahis Regiment, takes a meal in the field in France, 1 Aug 1944. Note French helmet and uniform but US equipment otherwise.
Damaged Railway near Coutances, Normandy, France, 1 Aug 1944Russian Count Nicolas Roumiantzoff serving as a Lt Colonel with the Free French Division, First Spahis Regiment, takes a meal in the field in France, 1 Aug 1944. Note French helmet and uniform but US equipment otherwise.

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