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First Infantry Division on LCT at British port First Infantry Division on LCT at British port
First Infantry Division “The Big Red One” and also nicknamed "The Fighting First" waiting on board a LCT at Portland, England. Preparation of "Operation Overlord".
 
 
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First Infantry Division ready to board LCT First Infantry Division ready to board LCT
Soldiers from the First Infantry Division of the 21st Army Group, United States Army embarking on board a landing craft at Weymouth, England.
 
 
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First Infantry Division “The Big Red One” on LCT First Infantry Division “The Big Red One” on LCT
First Infantry Division “The Big Red One” waiting on board a LCT for the call, at English port for the Preparation of "Operation Overlord".
 
 
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First LST to arrive at Mulberry "A" First LST to arrive at Mulberry "A"
First LST to arrive at Mulberry "A", LST 543 is to unload tanks and troops to Omaha Beach, June 16, 1944.
 
 
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First LST to dock at artificial harbour First LST to dock at artificial harbour
The LST-543 is the first LST to dock at the artificial harbour Mulberry "A", to unload troops and tanks on Omaha Beach June 16, 1944.
 
 
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First wave of landing craft approach "Omaha" Beach First wave of landing craft approach "Omaha" Beach
First wave of landing craft approach "Omaha" Beach on "D-Day" vessels present include U.S. Coast Gaurd LCM, LCI and LCT types, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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First wave of Landing Craft with 1st Division, Omaha Beach First wave of Landing Craft with 1st Division, Omaha Beach
First wave of U.S. Coast Guard-manned "LCVP" landing craft  with troops from US First Division close to the shore. The next landing craft shows white smoke from a smoke grenade which burst aboard, probably set off by a German projectile. In backround on the beach, you can see many German obstacles hedgehogs, slopes, piles, and the GI which shelter on the slope of rollers. Omaha Beach, 6h40. June 6, 1944, D-Day.
 
 
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First wave of troops, 1st Division near "Omaha" Beach First wave of troops, 1st Division near "Omaha" Beach
One of the first Coast Guard-manned "LCVP" landing craft  with troops from the First Division to approach Normandy beach "Omaha" on D-Day, June 6, 1944
 
 
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First wave of troops, U.S. 1st Division near Omaha Beach First wave of troops, U.S. 1st Division near Omaha Beach
First wave of U.S. Coast Guard-manned "LCVP" landing craft  with troops from the First Division close to the shore. The next landing craft shows white smoke from a smoke grenade which burst aboard barge, probably touched by a German projectile. In backround on the beach, you can see many German obstacles hedgehogs, slopes, piles, and the GI which shelter on the slope of rollers. In front of Ruquet, Omaha Beach, 6h40. June 6, 1944, D-Day.
 
 
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First wave of U.S. Coast Guard LCT's First wave of U.S. Coast Guard LCT's
Wave of troops in U.S. Coast Guard LCT's from 1st Infantry Division and 29th Infantry Division head to Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944, D-Day.
 
 
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First wave of U.S. Troops on Omaha Beach First wave of U.S. Troops on Omaha Beach
A Coast Guard-manned LCVP from the U.S.S. Samuel Chase in the first to disembarks troops from the First Division "The Big Red One" Omaha Beach, on the morning of June 6, 1944, D Day. photo by CPHOM Robert F. Sargent, USCG.
 
 
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First wave on Landing Craft, US 1st Division near Omaha Beach First wave on Landing Craft, US 1st Division near Omaha Beach
 One of the first Coast Guard-manned "LCVP" landing craft  with troops from 1st Division to approach Normandy beach "Omaha" on D-Day, June 6, 1944  "LCVP" - Landing Craft  built by Higgins boats.
 
 
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First Wave on Omaha Beach, D-Day First Wave on Omaha Beach, D-Day
First wave of U.S. Troops step off a Coast Guard landing craft. The image of the D-day landing is shot from the perspective of a passenger on a Coast Guard craft. The viewer looks out across the ramp and into a vast abyss of uncertainty. June 6, 1944.
 
 
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French veteran greets Canadian troops French veteran greets Canadian troops
A French veteran from the World War I greets Canadian troops of the South Saskatchewan Regiment, 2nd Canadian Infantry Division, Normandy, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Gas decontamination equipment Gas decontamination equipment
Gas decontamination equipment for preparations of Operation Overlord, Castletown, Portland, England, June 1, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower and officers arrive at Omaha Beach General Eisenhower and officers arrive at Omaha Beach
General Eisenhower and other officers on amphibious Duck on Omaha Beach. General Eisenhower arrives at Omaha Beach with General Marshall, General Arnold, General Bradley and Admiral King St-Laurent, France, June 12, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower arrives at Omaha Beach General Eisenhower arrives at Omaha Beach
General Eisenhower and other officers on amphibious Duck, Omaha Beach. General Eisenhower arrives at Omaha Beach with General Marshall, General Arnold, General Bradley and Admiral King. St-Laurent, France, June 12, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower visits General Montgomery field H.Q. in Normandy General Eisenhower visits General Montgomery field H.Q. in Normandy
General Dwight Eisenhower visits General Bernard Montgomery at his field headquarters in Normandy, France, D-Day + 2. June 8, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower with General Marshall, Omaha Beach General Eisenhower with General Marshall, Omaha Beach
General Eisenhower with General Marshall, General Arnold, General Bradley and Admiral King on board amphibious Duck, Omaha Beach, June 12, 1944. In the background you can see many barrage balloons over Omaha Beach..
 
 
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General Eisenhower with General Montgomery field H.Q. Normandy General Eisenhower with General Montgomery field H.Q. Normandy
General Dwight Eisenhower visits General Bernard Montgomery at field headquarters in Normandy, France, D-Day + 2. June 8, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower with officers at Omaha Beach General Eisenhower with officers at Omaha Beach
General Eisenhower at Omaha Beach with General Marshall, General Arnold, General Bradley and Admiral King going up on board amphibious Duck, Omaha Beach, June 12, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower with officers near Omaha Beach General Eisenhower with officers near Omaha Beach
General Eisenhower with General Marshall, General Arnold, General Bradley, Admiral King and Admiral Kirk are looking at a German Panzer tank near Omaha Beach, June 12, 1944.
 
 
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General Eisenhower with troops from 101st Airborne General Eisenhower with troops from 101st Airborne
 Men from company E of 2/502nd PIR (101st US Airborne Division) surround General Eisenhower who addresses lieutenant Wallace C. Strobel of this unit. Left on the right around the General Eisenhower Pfc.W.Boyle, Cpl.Hans Sannes, Pfc.Edwin S.Persons, Pfc. Ralph Pombano, Sgt. Delbert Williams, Pvt. Schuyler W.Jackson, Cpl. William E.Hayes, Pfc. Carl Vickers, 1st lt.Strobel, Pfc. Henry Fuller, Pfc. Michael Babich, Pfc. W.Noll. At the evening of June 5, 1944. D-Day - 1.
 
 
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General Eisenhower with troops from 101st Airborne General Eisenhower with troops from 101st Airborne
 General Eisenhower talking to the troops from the 101st Airborne before they boarded the planes in "Operation Chicago" D-Day -1, June 5, 1944.
 
 
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General Leclerc meets General Walker on Utah Beach, D-Day General Leclerc meets General Walker on Utah Beach, D-Day
General Jacques Philippe Leclerc, and now commander of the French 2nd Armored Division is greeting by American General Walton H. Walker Commanding General of XX Corps, on Utah Beach, D-Day, June 6,1944.
 
 
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General Marshall arrives at Omaha Beach General Marshall arrives at Omaha Beach
General Marshall arrives at Omaha Beach, June 12, 1944.
 
 
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General Omar Bradley at Normany beach, D-Day General Omar Bradley at Normany beach, D-Day
General Omar Bradley, commander of the American 1st Army group and one of his Generals are on a Normandy beach discussing strategy on D-Day, Normandy, France. June 6, 1944.
 
 
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General Omar Bradley moves to LCT General Omar Bradley moves to LCT
Lt. General Omar Bradley on cruiser USS Augusta (CA-31) moves into a LCT.  The USS Augusta is the flagship of the Naval Western Task force TF 122, of the Rear-admiral Alan G Kirk in front of Omaha Beach, D-Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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German blockhouse with 50 mm gun German blockhouse with 50 mm gun
German blockhouse with 50 mm gun remained in place at Saint-Laurent, Omaha beach sector on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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German gun turret on bunker, Omaha beach German gun turret on bunker, Omaha beach
Turret of a German gun turret is embedded on the top of a bunker at Omaha beach sector, D-Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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