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Map of Normandy assault routes1944 United States Army map of the Army Rangers’ attack plan for Pointe du Hoc on the Normandy beaches set for 6 Jun 1944. Note the misspelling of Pointe du Hoc.
Map of Normandy assault routes1944 United States Army map of the Army Rangers’ attack plan for Pointe du Hoc on the Normandy beaches set for 6 Jun 1944. Note the misspelling of Pointe du Hoc.
Map of Juno Beach Normandy, France showing 3rd Canadian Infantry Division D-Day landing objectives and front line as of midnight 6 Jun 1944.US Army map of the landing beaches at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944. Note that the planned landing beaches are about 250 yards away from actual landing beaches.
Map of Juno Beach Normandy, France showing 3rd Canadian Infantry Division D-Day landing objectives and front line as of midnight 6 Jun 1944.US Army map of the landing beaches at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944. Note that the planned landing beaches are about 250 yards away from actual landing beaches.
Strategic map of the United States Navy’s actions during the landings in Southern France, 15 Aug 1944.Map showing the plan of attack for US Army XII Corps on the city of Nancy, France, Sep 4, 1944.
Strategic map of the United States Navy’s actions during the landings in Southern France, 15 Aug 1944.Map showing the plan of attack for US Army XII Corps on the city of Nancy, France, Sep 4, 1944.
Map showing the plan of attack for US Army 80th Division on the city of Nancy, France, Sep 5-10, 1944.Graphic chart of Allied advance in France, from Fiscal Years 1944-1945 Biennial Report of Army Chief from Staff General George Marshall to the US Secretary of War, Aug 1945
Map showing the plan of attack for US Army 80th Division on the city of Nancy, France, Sep 5-10, 1944.Graphic chart of Allied advance in France, from Fiscal Years 1944-1945 Biennial Report of Army Chief from Staff General George Marshall to the US Secretary of War, Aug 1945


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