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German Panzer tanks destroyed near Sées German Panzer tanks destroyed near Sées
German convoy was destroyed at. In the foreground, a German Panzers tank destroyed in convoy. Sees, France. D-Day + 4, June 10, 1944.
 
 
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German Vehicles destroyed by Pattons 2nd Armored German Vehicles destroyed by Pattons 2nd Armored
German Vehicles destroyed in a street of Avranches from Pattons 2nd Armored Division. June 9, 1944, D-Day + 3.
 
 
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German Vehicles destroyed by Pattons 2nd Armored German Vehicles destroyed by Pattons 2nd Armored
German Vehicles destroyed in a street of Avranches by Pattons 2nd Armored Division. June 9, 1944, D-Day + 3.
 
 
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Glider crash lands in field Glider crash lands in field
U.S. Glider crash lands in a field near of Omaha Beach. German forces install defences in the ground to prevent planes from landing. The U.S. 82nd (Operation Detroit) and 101st Airborne Divisions (Operation Chicago) were less fortunate in quickly completing their main objectives, June 6. 1944. Partly owing to unmarked landing zones, radio silence, poor weather and difficult terrain, many units were widely scattered and unable to rally. Efforts of the early wave of pathfinder teams to mark the landing zones were largely ineffective. Some paratroopers drowned when they landed in the sea or in areas deliberately flooded by the Germans.
 
 
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Gooseberry 2 at Omaha Beach Gooseberry 2 at Omaha Beach
Gooseberry 2 at Omaha Beach, in perforated between Liberty Ships SS Artemas Ward (N°578) and the SS James W Marshall (N°552) one sees on the slope of rollers the LCI-92, in the immediate west of the Mills at Saint Laurent sur Mer, destroyed on June 6, 1944. Mulberry A.
 
 
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Gooseberry 2 at Omaha Beach, D-Day+2 Gooseberry 2 at Omaha Beach, D-Day+2
Gooseberry 2 at Omaha Beach area, Mulberry was the code name for the artificial harbours. These were the "Gooseberries" which metamorphosed into fully fledged harbours. There were two harbours, Mulberry 'A' and Mulberry 'B'. The 'Mulberry' harbours consisted of a floating outer breakwater called "Bombardons", floating piers named "Whale" and the pier heads code named "Spuds".
 
 
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Gooseberry at Omaha Beach Gooseberry at Omaha Beach
Gooseberry at Omaha Beach, numbers of corncobs are visible on the right. The sheltered waters created by the Corn Cob block ships. Two of the "Gooseberries" form into "Mulberries",  artificial harbours.
 
 
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Injured men from the 16th Infantry on Omaha Beach Injured men from the 16th Infantry on Omaha Beach
American assault troops of the 16th Infantry Regiment, injured while storming Omaha Beach, wait under Chalk Cliffs for evacuation to a field hospital for further medical treatment. Collville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France. June 6, 1944. John Taylor. (Army)
 
 
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Jeep unloads from landing craft, Utah Beach Jeep unloads from landing craft, Utah Beach
A U.S. Army weapons carrier moves through the surf toward "Utah" Beach, after being launched from its landing craft on June 6, 1944. Note .50 caliber machine gun on the vehicle is pointed skyward for anti-aircraft defense.
 
 
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Landing wharves "Spud piers" Mulberry "A" Landing wharves "Spud piers" Mulberry "A"
Landing wharves "Spud piers" at Mulberry A, Omaha Beach. The Mulberry harbour was a type of temporary harbour developed in World War II to offload cargo and troops on the beaches during the Allied invasion of Normandy.
 
 
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Large German gun emplacement at Normandy Large German gun emplacement at Normandy
Monster Nazi gun battery silenced in France, this German gun emplacement has walls of concrete 13 feet thick and four guns each with a 10 1/4" bore. This particular position was bombed out of action by Allied flyers on June 6, 1944. Albert Thompson. (Coast Guard )
 
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Large German gun emplacement at Normandy Large German gun emplacement at Normandy
Large Nazi gun battery silenced in France, this German gun emplacement has walls of concrete 13 feet thick and four guns each with a 10 1/4" bore. This particular position was bombed out of action by Allied flyers on June 6, 1944. Albert Thompson. (Coast Guard )
 
 
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LCI 83 unloads troops on Fox Green, Omaha Beach LCI 83 unloads troops on Fox Green, Omaha Beach
LCI 83 unloads its men in Colleville, Coast Guard LCIdisembarks troops at Omaha Beach,  the LCI struck a mine upon landing and is disabled on the beach, under enemy fire, until her hull several LCI which unload reinforcements in Ruquet.  
 
 
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LCT at port for Overlord Preparations in England LCT at port for Overlord Preparations in England
C-1135 View of an L.C.T. in England with American troops and equipment loaded aboard awaiting the signal to begin Operation Overlord, D-Day. Notice all the ships docked together in the background waiting for the final go. (Rare color photo of Overlord Preparations)
 
 
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LCT's and equipment at British port LCT's and equipment at British port
LCT's and equipment at British port for the preparations of Operation Overlord.
 
 
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LCT's and LCV's move on Omaha beach LCT's and LCV's move on Omaha beach
LCT's and LCV's move on the shore of Omaha beach, 2 regiments of reinforcements from 1st Infantry Division and the 29th Infantry Division. The town of St-Laurent held by the German 352nd Infantry Division, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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LCT's at port for Overlord Preparations, D-Day LCT's at port for Overlord Preparations, D-Day
An ambulance being backed into the entrance of an LST in preparation for the big assault against Hitler’s Europe, Overlord Preparations for D-Day. June 1, 1944.
 
 
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LCT's, LST's and equipment at British port LCT's, LST's and equipment at British port
LCT's, LST's and equipment at British port for the preparations of Operation Overlord, June 4, 1944.
 
 
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Light panzer tank neutralized by the 101st Airborne, D-Day Light panzer tank neutralized by the 101st Airborne, D-Day
American officers climbed into light panzer tank neutralized by the 101st Airborne along a hedgerow near Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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LST 543 is the first LST to unload DUKW LST 543 is the first LST to unload DUKW
The LST 543 opens its doors and begins unloading troops, tanks and vehicles. LST 543 is the first LST to unload on the floating port at Mulberry A. The vehicle is an amphibious truck DUKW called "duck". June 16, 1944.
 
 
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LST 543 opens doors to unload tanks LST 543 opens doors to unload tanks
LST 543 opens doors to unload tanks on Omaha beach, June 16, 1944.
 
 
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LST unloading Sherman M4 tank LST unloading Sherman M4 tank
LST unloading a Sherman M4 tank "Hurricane". This M4 is with the 2nd Armored Division, H Company. Both Armored Regiment of the division unloaded on Omaha Beach, St-Laurent sur Mer, France, June 7, 1944. This is equipped with hoods for crossing deep water "Deep Wading Gear" making it possible for the engine to breathe in water. (Many M4's were abandoned on the beach in Normandy)
 
 
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LST' s unload the 2nd Armored Division, D-Day+3 LST' s unload the 2nd Armored Division, D-Day+3
Large numbers LST' s move troops, vehicles and material to shore and unload the 2nd Armored Division in Colleville on Mer. In the background you can see the hundreds of ships and many barrage balloon in background. June 9, 1944, D-Day+3.
 
 
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M10 Tank Destroyer from 3rd Armored Division M10 Tank Destroyer from 3rd Armored Division
Camouflaged M10 Tank Destroyer of 703rd TD Bn. Third Armored Division  A Sherman M4 in the background took a hit from a Panzer tank. Road sign on right: Louge-on-mayor (2,4 km  Bellangerie 1,3 km and Montreuil-with-Houlme 2,5 km.
 
 
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M3A1 Halftrack armoured vehicle in Normandy M3A1 Halftrack armoured vehicle in Normandy
 M3A1 Half-track vehicles pass by a knocked out tank near Normandy, June 9, 1944.
 
 
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M8 armoured cars from 2nd Armored Division M8 armoured cars from 2nd Armored Division
Two M8 armoured cars of the Combat Command "A" of the U.S. 2nd Armored Division patrol in the streets of Saint-Sever, a GI in front, June 8, 1944, D-Day+2.
 
 
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Martin B-26 Marauder on bomb run, D-Day Martin B-26 Marauder on bomb run, D-Day
Martin B-26 Marauder bomber during attack,  The planeis with 99th Combat Bomb Wing, Ninth Air Force. D-Day, June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Medic from the 1st U.S. Inf. Divsion moves along Omaha Beach Medic from the 1st U.S. Inf. Divsion moves along Omaha Beach
 Medic from 3d Bn., 16th Inf. Regt., 1st U.S. Inf. Div., moves along a narrow strip of Omaha Beach administering first aid to men wounded in the landing. The men, having gained the comparative safety offered by the chalk cliff at their backs, take a breather before moving into the interior of the continent. Collville, Sur-Mer, Normandy, France. June 6, 1944.
 
 
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Medic of the 6th Special Brigade in German trench Medic of the 6th Special Brigade in German trench
Medic of the 6th Special Engineer Brigade in a German trench at Omaha Beach.
 
 
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Medics from the 5th Special Engineer Brigade help the wounded Medics from the 5th Special Engineer Brigade help the wounded
Medics from the 5th Special Engineer Brigade help wounded soldiers on Omaha beach, Fox Green sector, under Wn 60, in Colleville. Shipwrecked men are recovered by other troops. June 6, 1944, D-Day.
 
 
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