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African-American soldiers of the US Army bring taught how to detect and disarm mines, France, 13 Jul 1944An American locomotive was transferred from SS Seatrain Texas, Cherbourg, 13 Jul 1944, to replace one of the many destroyed during the Allied invasion of Normandy, photo 1 of 2
African-American soldiers of the US Army bring taught how to detect and disarm mines, France, 13 Jul 1944An American locomotive was transferred from SS Seatrain Texas, Cherbourg, 13 Jul 1944, to replace one of the many destroyed during the Allied invasion of Normandy, photo 1 of 2
An American locomotive was transferred from SS Seatrain Texas, Cherbourg, 13 Jul 1944, to replace one of the many destroyed during the Allied invasion of Normandy, photo 2 of 2Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Brigadier Alexander Stanier at Montgomery
An American locomotive was transferred from SS Seatrain Texas, Cherbourg, 13 Jul 1944, to replace one of the many destroyed during the Allied invasion of Normandy, photo 2 of 2Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Brigadier Alexander Stanier at Montgomery's headquarters in Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944
Funeral of Lieutenant General Yoshitsugu Saito, near Tanapag, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 13 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to a wounded Japanese prisoner of war, northern Burma, 13 Jul 1944
Funeral of Lieutenant General Yoshitsugu Saito, near Tanapag, Saipan, Mariana Islands, 13 Jul 1944Lieutenant General Joseph Stilwell speaking to a wounded Japanese prisoner of war, northern Burma, 13 Jul 1944
Omar Bradley and Bernard Montgomery at headquarters of British 21st Army Group, Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944
Omar Bradley and Bernard Montgomery at headquarters of British 21st Army Group, Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944


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"With Germany arming at breakneck speed, England lost in a pacifist dream, France corrupt and torn by dissension, America remote and indifferent... do you not tremble for your children?"

Winston Churchill, 1935