|A French Army colonel awarding Operation Jedburgh personnel Jean Larrieu the Croix de Guerre with Palm, Place Bellecour, Lyon, France, 5 Sep 1944||African-American US Army nurses in a classroom at the Army Nurse Training Center in England, United Kingdom, 5 Sep 1944|
|Broadside view of the starboard side of the USS Hornet (Essex-class) under way showing her Dazzle MS33/3a paint scheme, 5 Sep 1944.||Corporal Charles Johnson of the 783rd Military Police Battalion waved on a supply truck near Alenon, France, 5 Sep 1944|
|Ford Island Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during the build-up before the Leyte Gulf landings with over 1,000 aircraft visible on the islands with more arriving on transport carriers, Sep 5, 1944.||German prisoners of war, captured by men of US 82nd Airborne Division, Sep 1944|
|LST-72 and LST-325 unloading directly onto trucks after being left 'high and dry' by the tide at Morlaix, France, 5 Sep 1944||Map depicting the dispositions of the US 3rd Army at the evening of 5 Sep 1944|
|Map depicting the German front in Northeastern France, 5 Sep 1944|
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