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111 items in this album on 6 pages.

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
The Two disabled M4 Sherman tanks and a litter Jeep near the heavily damaged Église Saint-Ouen in Rots, France (near Caen), Jun 11, 1944.
The 'Gooseberry' line of the 'Mulberry' artificial harbor off Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, Jun 1944Two disabled M4 Sherman tanks and a litter Jeep near the heavily damaged Église Saint-Ouen in Rots, France (near Caen), Jun 11, 1944.
View of Juno Beach near Courseulles-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944View of the beach area at Bernières-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944
View of Juno Beach near Courseulles-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944View of the beach area at Bernières-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944
View of the beach area at Courseulles-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944Newly landed US troops moved along Utah Beach at Les Dunes de Madeleine, Normandy, 12 Jun 1944
View of the beach area at Courseulles-sur-Mer, France, Jun 1944Newly landed US troops moved along Utah Beach at Les Dunes de Madeleine, Normandy, 12 Jun 1944
RAF air crew and WAAF nursing orderlies loading a wounded serviceman onto a Dakota Mark III aircraft of No. 233 Squadron RAF at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Basse-Normandie, France, mid-Jun 1944The first WAAF orderlies Leading Aircraftwoman Myra Roberts, Corporal Lydia Alford, and Leading Aircraftwoman Edna Birbeck selected to fly on air ambulance duties to France posing before a Dakota Mk III of No. 233 Squadron RAF at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Normandie, France, mid-Jun 1944
RAF air crew and WAAF nursing orderlies loading a wounded serviceman onto a Dakota Mark III aircraft of No. 233 Squadron RAF at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Basse-Normandie, France, mid-Jun 1944The first WAAF orderlies Leading Aircraftwoman Myra Roberts, Corporal Lydia Alford, and Leading Aircraftwoman Edna Birbeck selected to fly on air ambulance duties to France posing before a Dakota Mk III of No. 233 Squadron RAF at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Normandie, France, mid-Jun 1944
Jeep bringing casualties to a LST for evacuation, Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 13 Jun 1944; note line of German POWsWar Correspondent Ernie Pyle speaking to Lieutenant John Mason Brown, northern France, 15 Jun 1944
Jeep bringing casualties to a LST for evacuation, Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 13 Jun 1944; note line of German POWsWar Correspondent Ernie Pyle speaking to Lieutenant John Mason Brown, northern France, 15 Jun 1944
Soldiers of US 83rd Division aboard a vessel off Omaha Beach, Normandie, France, 18 Jun 1944Canadian crew of a Sherman tank south of Vaucelles, Normandy, France, Jun 1944
Soldiers of US 83rd Division aboard a vessel off Omaha Beach, Normandie, France, 18 Jun 1944Canadian crew of a Sherman tank south of Vaucelles, Normandy, France, Jun 1944

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