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Major General Manton Eddy and another American officer speaking to a captured German officer, Cherbourg, France, 26-27 Jun 1944US Army Captain Earl Topley looking at a German soldier who had killed three of his men before his own death, Cherbourg, France, 27 Jun 1944
Major General Manton Eddy and another American officer speaking to a captured German officer, Cherbourg, France, 26-27 Jun 1944US Army Captain Earl Topley looking at a German soldier who had killed three of his men before his own death, Cherbourg, France, 27 Jun 1944
Cvilians placing flowers on the body of a dead American soldier, Carentan, France, mid-1944German 150-mm artillery position Cherbourg, France, circa Jul 1944
Cvilians placing flowers on the body of a dead American soldier, Carentan, France, mid-1944German 150-mm artillery position Cherbourg, France, circa Jul 1944
Mulberry harbor, off Normandie, France, 1944Ram OP (Observation Post) tank in Normandy, France, mid-1944
Mulberry harbor, off Normandie, France, 1944Ram OP (Observation Post) tank in Normandy, France, mid-1944
Saint-Lô in ruins, France, Jun-Jul 1944Two Nuns and a French family examined the ruins of the bombed Église Saint-Malo, Valognes, France, Jul 1944
Saint-Lô in ruins, France, Jun-Jul 1944Two Nuns and a French family examined the ruins of the bombed Église Saint-Malo, Valognes, France, Jul 1944
US Navy personnel (probably of USS LCT-535) posing with boxing gloves on a beach in Normandie, France, 1944US Navy personnel at Normandie, France, 1944
US Navy personnel (probably of USS LCT-535) posing with boxing gloves on a beach in Normandie, France, 1944US Navy personnel at Normandie, France, 1944
USS LCT-535 disembarking a vehicle, Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-535 unloading vehicles onto a Normandie beach, France, 1944
USS LCT-535 disembarking a vehicle, Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-535 unloading vehicles onto a Normandie beach, France, 1944
USS LCT-587 at Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-705 off Normandie, France, 1944
USS LCT-587 at Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-705 off Normandie, France, 1944
WAAF Leading Aircraftwoman Pearl Bradburn writing out medical transport tags for a wounded soldier aboard a Dakota aircraft at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Normandy, Jun-Aug 1944Église Saint-Pierre and surroundings in ruins, Caen, France, 10 Jul 1944
WAAF Leading Aircraftwoman Pearl Bradburn writing out medical transport tags for a wounded soldier aboard a Dakota aircraft at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Normandy, Jun-Aug 1944Église Saint-Pierre and surroundings in ruins, Caen, France, 10 Jul 1944
Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Brigadier Alexander Stanier at MontgomeryOmar Bradley and Bernard Montgomery at headquarters of British 21st Army Group, Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944
Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Brigadier Alexander Stanier at Montgomery's headquarters in Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944Omar Bradley and Bernard Montgomery at headquarters of British 21st Army Group, Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944
US Army soldiers seeking shelter, Saint-LĂ´, France, Jul 1944View of the bocage country near Hill 32 and near Notre-Dame-du-Rocher, Basse-Normandie, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944
US Army soldiers seeking shelter, Saint-LĂ´, France, Jul 1944View of the bocage country near Hill 32 and near Notre-Dame-du-Rocher, Basse-Normandie, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944

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