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87 items in this album on 5 pages.

Two German officers in a group of prisoners who surrendered to the Canadians in Bernières-sur-mer, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944US Army Rangers resting near Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, inland from Omaha Beach, 6 Jun 1944; note soldier using finger to push cartriges into magazine of his M1 Carbine
Two German officers in a group of prisoners who surrendered to the Canadians in Bernières-sur-mer, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944US Army Rangers resting near Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, inland from Omaha Beach, 6 Jun 1944; note soldier using finger to push cartriges into magazine of his M1 Carbine
US Army weapons carrier moved through the surf toward Utah Beach, Normandy, after being launched from its landing craft, 6 Jun 1944Americans land on Utah Beach from LCT-475, Normandy, 7 Jun 1944
US Army weapons carrier moved through the surf toward Utah Beach, Normandy, after being launched from its landing craft, 6 Jun 1944Americans land on Utah Beach from LCT-475, Normandy, 7 Jun 1944
Rhino ferry F94 moving away from HMS LST-320 heading for the Normandy beachhead along the port side of HMS LST-412, France, Jun 1944USS Ancon and USS PC-565 off Normandie, France, 7 Jun 1944
Rhino ferry F94 moving away from HMS LST-320 heading for the Normandy beachhead along the port side of HMS LST-412, France, Jun 1944USS Ancon and USS PC-565 off Normandie, France, 7 Jun 1944
USS Ancon at anchor off Normandie, France, Jun 1944DUKW amphibious trucks of the 470th Amphibious Truck Company, First Engineer Brigade, bringing supplies to Utah Beach from ships anchored off shore, Normandy, 8 Jun 1944; note German gun in foreground
USS Ancon at anchor off Normandie, France, Jun 1944DUKW amphibious trucks of the 470th Amphibious Truck Company, First Engineer Brigade, bringing supplies to Utah Beach from ships anchored off shore, Normandy, 8 Jun 1944; note German gun in foreground
Paratrooper of US 101st Airborne Division holding a Nazi German flag captured in a village near Utah Beach, Saint-Marcouf, France, 8 Jun 1944American men and equipment being landed near Colleville-sur-Mer, France, 9 Jun 1944
Paratrooper of US 101st Airborne Division holding a Nazi German flag captured in a village near Utah Beach, Saint-Marcouf, France, 8 Jun 1944American men and equipment being landed near Colleville-sur-Mer, France, 9 Jun 1944
Vehicles and British troops on board a LST off Utah Beach, Normandy, 9 Jun 1944Tracer fire from Allied warships lighting up the sky off Ouistreham, France, 10 Jun 1944; photo taken from HMS Mauritius, seen in foreground
Vehicles and British troops on board a LST off Utah Beach, Normandy, 9 Jun 1944Tracer fire from Allied warships lighting up the sky off Ouistreham, France, 10 Jun 1944; photo taken from HMS Mauritius, seen in foreground
British flail tank on the Normandy beach, France, Jun 1944
'Rhino' ferry vessel off Normandie, France, Jun 1944British flail tank on the Normandy beach, France, Jun 1944
British naval craft off Normandy, France, Jun 1944Captured German remote-controlled explosive carriers, Normandy, France, Jun 1944
British naval craft off Normandy, France, Jun 1944Captured German remote-controlled explosive carriers, Normandy, France, Jun 1944
Courseulles-sur-Mer in ruins, France, Jun 1944Damaged German defensive fortification at Bernières-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944
Courseulles-sur-Mer in ruins, France, Jun 1944Damaged German defensive fortification at Bernières-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944
Damaged German defensive fortification at Courseulles-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944Sherman DD tank at Normandy, France, Jun 1944
Damaged German defensive fortification at Courseulles-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944Sherman DD tank at Normandy, France, Jun 1944

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