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Canadian Cromwell tank heads to battle Canadian Cromwell tank heads to battle
A Cromwell tank  with the deflector of exhaust from landing on beach, Canadian  tanks goes up on a hill to battle German forces.
 
 
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Canadian forces on Sherman tank, Normandy Canadian forces on Sherman tank, Normandy
Sherman tank crew from Canadian forces rests before the battle south of Vaucelles, Basse-Normandie area. June 10, 1944, D-Day + 4, "Rare Color Photo"
 
 
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Canadian forces unload LCI on the beach, Juno Beach, D-Day Canadian forces unload LCI on the beach, Juno Beach, D-Day
Canadian forces unload LCI on the beach during high tide at Juno Beach on D-Day June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Canadian LCI unload on Juno Beach Canadian LCI unload on Juno Beach
Canadian forces unload LCI on the beach during high tide. Sector of Juno Beach on D-Day June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Canadian troops going ashore on Juno Beach Canadian troops going ashore on Juno Beach
Canadian troops going ashore from a "LCA" Landing Craft Assault from HMCS Prince Henry off Juno Beach, Normandy bridgehead.
 
 
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Canadian troops land on Juno Beach, D-Day Canadian troops land on Juno Beach, D-Day
Personnel of Royal Canadian Navy Beach Commando "W", at Mike sector landing on Juno Beach in full force at Normandy beachhead, June 6, 1944. By the end of D-Day, 15,000 Canadians had been successfully landed, and the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division had penetrated further into France than any other Allied force, despite having faced strong resistance at the water's edge and later counter-attacks on the beachhead by elements of the German 21st and 12th SS Panzer.
 
 
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Captured German bunker at Omaha beach Captured German bunker at Omaha beach
Captured German bunker turned into first aid station, soldiers raise the American flag and the Red Cross flag at Colleville, Omaha beach.
 
 
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Captured Japanese soldier  wearing Nazi uniform, D-Day Captured Japanese soldier wearing Nazi uniform, D-Day
Captured Japanese soldier  wearing a Nazi uniform, in a roundup of German prisoners on the beaches of France during D-Day invasion. The Japanese soldier is giving his name and number to an American Army captain. June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Coast Guard LCI with troops near Utah Beach Coast Guard LCI with troops near Utah Beach
 A group of soldiers on U.S.Coast Guard LCI-326 "Elsie" head for Utah Beach, all LCI's in this group have barrage balloon with them to keep enemy stafing planes from diving too close. D Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Coast Guard LST unloads Sherman tanks on Gold Beach Coast Guard LST unloads Sherman tanks on Gold Beach
 The U.S. Coast Guard LST-21 formed part of the LST Division 101 assigned with the Force G, Group "A" will transport the elements of the 56th Independent Infantry Brigade attached to the 50th Infantry Division on Jig, Green Gold Beach in Arromanches.  Troops on Sherman tank "Virgin" (Post Observation), it is transferred onto the deck, it forms part of the HQ Brigade of the 8th Independent Armoured Brigade, the truck to the left is that of Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers) also part of 8th Armoured Brigade. The units and the 56th Brigade embark in Southampton. LST-21 in front of Gold Beach at 12h10 6/6/1944, D-Day.
 
 
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Coast Guard LST-21 unloads Sherman tank Coast Guard LST-21 unloads Sherman tank
The U.S.Coast Guard LST -21 formed part of the LST Division 101, Group 51, Flotilla 17 it is the flag ship. Division 101 is assigned with the Force G, Group "A" it will transport the elements of the 56th Independent Infantry Brigade attached to the 50th Infantry Division on Gold Beach. Troops with Sherman tank "Virgin" it is transferred onto the Tank deck, it forms part of the HQ Brigade of the 8th Independent Armored Brigade, the truck to the left is that of Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers) The units arrive arrives on Gold Beach June 6, 1944, D-Day.
 
 
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Convoy of Landing Craft heading to Normandy "D Day" Convoy of Landing Craft heading to Normandy "D Day"
A convoy of landing craft in the English Channel heading to Normandy, France. Each landing craft is towing a barrage balloon for protection against low flying German aircraft, "D-Day" June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Convoy of Landing Craft heading to Normandy on "D Day" Convoy of Landing Craft heading to Normandy on "D Day"
A convoy of Landing Craft in the English Channel Normandy "D Day" June 6, 1944. Each of these landing craft is towing a barrage balloon for protection against low flying German aircraft.
 
 
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Convoy of the Red Ball Express in Normandy, D-Day + 2 Convoy of the Red Ball Express in Normandy, D-Day + 2
Convoy of Red Ball Express of which a truck crashed into the ditch in Normandy, D-Day + 2, June 8, 1944.
 
 
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Crossed rifles in the sand for U.S. Soldier Crossed rifles in the sand for U.S. Soldier
Crossed rifles in the sand are a comrade's tribute to this American soldier who made it ashore from a landing barge and died at the barricades of Normandy. June 6, 1944. (Coast Guard )
 
 
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Crossed rifles in the sand for U.S. Soldier Crossed rifles in the sand for U.S. Soldier
Crossed rifles in the sand are a comrade's tribute to this American soldier who made it ashore from a landing barge and died at the barricades of Normandy. June 6, 1944. (Coast Guard )
 
 
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Crusader MK I. anti-tank gun tractor Crusader MK I. anti-tank gun tractor
Crusader MK I. anti-tank gun in France.
 
 
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Damaged Coast Guard LCI-85 near Omaha Beach Damaged Coast Guard LCI-85 near Omaha Beach
The Coast Guard LCI(L)-85, battered by enemy fire after approaching Omaha Beach, and prepares to evacuate the troops. The "85" was hit by a mine and ripped a large hole in the forward compartments, and then German batteries attack the LCI and sank shortly after this photograph was taken. The LCI(L)-85 was one of four Coast Guard LCI's that were destroyed on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Damaged Panzer- Kam pfwagen 35 Damaged Panzer- Kam pfwagen 35
Damaged Panzer- Kam pfwagen , this is a Czech anti-tank gun assembled on frame of French Renault tank, this was carried out by the technicians of the German army. Major Becker would recover abandon French tanks in the countryside of France and custom build tanks of all types. This tank belonged to Schnelle-Abteilung 517 of the 716.ID; this photo was taken by Joe Moran on June 15, 1944. Joe Moran Signal Corp.
 
 
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Destroyed German bunker on Omaha beach Destroyed German bunker on Omaha beach
 German bunker at Omaha Beach. In background the allied fleet .  The US Rangers Company A  which passed by here and was very early to take out it, Omaha beach many of casemates are in construction at the time of D-Day. June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Dodge truck with large megaphone speakers, Normandy Dodge truck with large megaphone speakers, Normandy
U.S. Soldiers stand next to Dodge truck equipped with large megaphone speakers, to warn civilians at Normandy, June 7, 1944, D-Day + 1.
 
 
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DUKW moves along Mulberry floating road DUKW moves along Mulberry floating road
Mulberry "A" floating road, codename "Whales" near the center of pier, a DUKW moves along the road heading to Omaha Beach,  June 16, 1944.
 
 
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Eisenhower with E Company, 101st Airborne Eisenhower with E Company, 101st Airborne
 General Dwight D Eisenhower gives the order of the Day. "Full victory - nothing else" to paratroopers in England, just before they board their airplanes to participate in the first assault in the invasion of the continent of Europe.  Some of the men with Gen Eisenhower are presumed to be: Pfc William Boyle, Cpl Hans Sannes, Pfc Ralph Pombano, Pfc SW Jackson, Sgt Delbert Williams, Cpl William E Hayes, Pfc Henry Fuller, Pfc Michael Babich and Pfc W William Noll. All are members are with 101st Airborne, Co E, 502d. The other men shown on the photo are not identified. June 5, 1944.
 
 
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Entrance to Mulberry "A" Omaha Beach Entrance to Mulberry "A" Omaha Beach
Entrance of Mulberry "A" Omaha Beach, the Mulberry harbour assembled on Omaha beach at Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer for use the American liberation forces. The tug boats on top left are with Army Transportation Service assigned with the towing for Mulberry's, on the left is the ST-770 docked on the Mulberry.
 
 
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Entrance to Mulberry "A" Omaha Beach Entrance to Mulberry "A" Omaha Beach
 Entrance ramps at Mulberry "A" Omaha Beach. The pier heads or landing wharves at which ships were unloaded. Each of these consisted of a pontoon with four legs that rested on the sea bed to anchor the pontoon, yet allowed it to float up and down freely with the tide.
 
 
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Exit of Mulberry harbour on Omaha beach Exit of Mulberry harbour on Omaha beach
The exit of Mulberry harbour on Omaha beach, in the foreground, hedgehogs from the German defensive system that the US Engineers have cleared out. The footbridge known as Eastern Pier is still unfinished, before the storm on June 18, 1944. Mulberry harbour was constructed out of 600,000 tons of concrete between 33 jetties, and had 10 miles (15 km) of floating roadways to land men and vehicles on the beach.
 
 
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Experimental "mini tank" on Omaha Beach, D-Day Experimental "mini tank" on Omaha Beach, D-Day
Specialized military unit with  "mini tank" on Omaha Beach, Normandy. June 6, 1944,
 
 
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First Division "Big Red One" on LST First Division "Big Red One" on LST
First Division is on the point of taking the sea for Normandy. The badge of "Big Red One" is reproduced on almost all the helmets and often with the left shoulder. All these men carry the battle dress with trousers of wool and wind-breaker M1941 combat or wind-breaker of tank crew member. Behind these men the cranes are visible on pontoons which will be used for the genius to discharge provisioning on the beaches as of the end of the attack. On right-hand side a black soldier  which probably belongs to the 320th Barrage Balloon Battalion or the one of the elements of support of the 5e brigade amphibian of the genius. The soldier sitting in the foreground, whose bottom of the trousers is turned up, sat on a waistcoat of attack of green fabric. The majority of the laced boots are blackened by grease anti-vesicants. Preparations for Operation Overlord.
 
 
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First Infantry Division on board LCT First Infantry Division on board LCT
First Infantry Division “The Big Red One” on board LCT at English port for Preparation of "Operation Overlord".
 
 
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First Infantry Division on board LCT's "Operation Overlord" First Infantry Division on board LCT's "Operation Overlord"
First Infantry Division from the 21st Army Group on board LCT's at Weymouth, England, for Operation Overlord.
 
 
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