442 items in this album on 23 pages.

A heavy German coast artillery shell fell between Texas (background) and Arkansas (foreground) off Cherbourg, France, 25 Jun 1944Cruiser HMS Belfast bombarding German positions off Normandy, France, 24-25 Jun 1944A US Army major looked over Cherbourg from one of the concrete pillboxes above the city, 26 Jun 1944Captain Earl Topley looking at a German soldier who had killed three of his men before his own death, Cherbourg, France, 27 Jun 1944
A heavy German coast artillery shell fell between Texas (background) and Arkansas (foreground) off Cherbourg, France, 25 Jun 1944Cruiser HMS Belfast bombarding German positions off Normandy, France, 24-25 Jun 1944A US Army major looked over Cherbourg from one of the concrete pillboxes above the city, 26 Jun 1944Captain Earl Topley looking at a German soldier who had killed three of his men before his own death, Cherbourg, France, 27 Jun 1944
Major General Manton Eddy and another American officer speaking to a captured German officer, Cherbourg, France, 26-27 Jun 1944An US Army colonel and a French civilian in Cherbourg during the playing of the American national anthem, 28 Jun 1944Churchill tank of 7th Royal Tank Regiment, UK 31st Tank Brigade, supporting infantry of UK 8th Royal Scots during Operation Epsom, near Caen, France, 28 Jun 1944LSTs unloading at low tide in the Easy sector of Omaha Beach, Normandy, 28 Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2; note Gooseberry breakwater offshore
Major General Manton Eddy and another American officer speaking to a captured German officer, Cherbourg, France, 26-27 Jun 1944An US Army colonel and a French civilian in Cherbourg during the playing of the American national anthem, 28 Jun 1944Churchill tank of 7th Royal Tank Regiment, UK 31st Tank Brigade, supporting infantry of UK 8th Royal Scots during Operation Epsom, near Caen, France, 28 Jun 1944LSTs unloading at low tide in the Easy sector of Omaha Beach, Normandy, 28 Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2; note Gooseberry breakwater offshore
LSTs unloading at low tide in the Easy sector of Omaha Beach, Normandy, 28 Jun 1944, photo 2 of 2; note wrecked LCI(L) in the centerUS Army African-American soldiers setting up a 155mm howitzer in France, 28 Jun 1944US Army troops attempted to blow up a German pillbox near Cherbourg, 28 Jun 1944US Army troops marched German prisoners of war through Cherbourg, 28 Jun 1944
LSTs unloading at low tide in the Easy sector of Omaha Beach, Normandy, 28 Jun 1944, photo 2 of 2; note wrecked LCI(L) in the centerUS Army African-American soldiers setting up a 155mm howitzer in France, 28 Jun 1944US Army troops attempted to blow up a German pillbox near Cherbourg, 28 Jun 1944US Army troops marched German prisoners of war through Cherbourg, 28 Jun 1944
A Gooseberry line of block ships off the Normandy beaches, Ouistreham, France, Jun 1944; note sunken British ship Durban, sunken Dutch ship Sumatra, and two active DUKW craftMajor General J. Lawton Collins described to Lieutenant General Omar Bradley how Cherbourg was taken, circa late Jun or early Jul 1944Medics helping injured soldier, France, 1944Unfinished German submarine pen at Cherbourg, France, 30 Jun 1944
A Gooseberry line of block ships off the Normandy beaches, Ouistreham, France, Jun 1944; note sunken British ship Durban, sunken Dutch ship Sumatra, and two active DUKW craftMajor General J. Lawton Collins described to Lieutenant General Omar Bradley how Cherbourg was taken, circa late Jun or early Jul 1944Medics helping injured soldier, France, 1944Unfinished German submarine pen at Cherbourg, France, 30 Jun 1944
A French field full of German helmets after their original owners, captured by the Americans, marched them to a prisoner of war camp, Normandy, France, 1944An American officer and a French partisan with a Sten sub-machinegun crouched behind a car during a street fight in a French city, Jun 1944Camouflaged German paratrooper with Panzerfaust, France, Jun-Jul 1944Captured American M8 armored cars, northern France, summer 1944, photo 1 of 2
A French field full of German helmets after their original owners, captured by the Americans, marched them to a prisoner of war camp, Normandy, France, 1944An American officer and a French partisan with a Sten sub-machinegun crouched behind a car during a street fight in a French city, Jun 1944Camouflaged German paratrooper with Panzerfaust, France, Jun-Jul 1944Captured American M8 armored cars, northern France, summer 1944, photo 1 of 2

442 items in this album on 23 pages.

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