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US Army troops aboard a LCT landing craft, ready to cross the English Channel to France, 12 Jun 1944US generals Omar Bradley, George Marshall, and Henry Arnold at Normandie, France, 12 Jun 1944
US Army troops aboard a LCT landing craft, ready to cross the English Channel to France, 12 Jun 1944US generals Omar Bradley, George Marshall, and Henry Arnold at Normandie, France, 12 Jun 1944
US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 1 of 4US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 2 of 4
US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 1 of 4US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 2 of 4
US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 3 of 4US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 4 of 4
US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 3 of 4US Navy LST-134 and LST-325 beached at Normandy, France as jeeps driving along the invasion beach carry casualties to the waiting vessels, 12 Jun 1944, photo 4 of 4
US Navy LST-134 beached at Normandy, France while unloading during low tide, 12 Jun 1944; note barrage balloons overhead providing protection from air attack and DUCKs on the beachWinston Churchill seen lighting his cigar as he and General Bernard Montgomery tour inland locations during the Normandy campaign, 12 Jun 1944.
US Navy LST-134 beached at Normandy, France while unloading during low tide, 12 Jun 1944; note barrage balloons overhead providing protection from air attack and DUCKs on the beachWinston Churchill seen lighting his cigar as he and General Bernard Montgomery tour inland locations during the Normandy campaign, 12 Jun 1944.
Wrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 1 of 4Wrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 2 of 4
Wrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 1 of 4Wrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 2 of 4
Wrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 3 of 4; Tiger I only in this viewWrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 4 of 4
Wrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 3 of 4; Tiger I only in this viewWrecks of German Tiger I and Panzer IV tanks, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944, photo 4 of 4

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