439 items in this album on 22 pages.

US Generals Eisenhower and Bradley speaking with a member of the French resistance, Normandy, France, summer 1944US Navy personnel at Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-535 disembarking a vehicle, Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-535 unloading vehicles onto a Normandie beach, France, 1944
US Generals Eisenhower and Bradley speaking with a member of the French resistance, Normandy, France, summer 1944US Navy personnel at Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-535 disembarking a vehicle, Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-535 unloading vehicles onto a Normandie beach, France, 1944
USS LCT-587 at Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-705 off Normandie, France, 1944WAAF Leading Aircraftwoman Pearl Bradburn writing out medical transport tags for a wounded soldier aboard a Dakota aircraft at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Normandy, Jun-Aug 1944View looking west on Normandy
USS LCT-587 at Normandie, France, 1944USS LCT-705 off Normandie, France, 1944WAAF Leading Aircraftwoman Pearl Bradburn writing out medical transport tags for a wounded soldier aboard a Dakota aircraft at B-2 Bazenville Advanced Landing Ground, Normandy, Jun-Aug 1944View looking west on Normandy's Omaha Beach during resupply operations, 1 Jul 1944
2 Jul 1944 photo of the wreckage left on Sword Beach following the D-Day landings in Normandy, France; in this case, a P-47 Thunderbolt that was shot down 10 Jun 1944 on a mission to Cherbourg, France. Photo 1 of 2.2 Jul 1944 photo of the wreckage left on Sword Beach following the D-Day landings in Normandy, France; in this case, a P-47 Thunderbolt that was shot down 10 Jun 1944 on a mission to Cherbourg, France. Photo 2 of 2.Two British minesweepers detonated German mines in CherbourgView of Cherbourg harbor
2 Jul 1944 photo of the wreckage left on Sword Beach following the D-Day landings in Normandy, France; in this case, a P-47 Thunderbolt that was shot down 10 Jun 1944 on a mission to Cherbourg, France. Photo 1 of 2.2 Jul 1944 photo of the wreckage left on Sword Beach following the D-Day landings in Normandy, France; in this case, a P-47 Thunderbolt that was shot down 10 Jun 1944 on a mission to Cherbourg, France. Photo 2 of 2.Two British minesweepers detonated German mines in Cherbourg's Grande Rade, just before the entry of supply ships, 2 Jul 1944; note Fort l'Ouest in the backgroundView of Cherbourg harbor's Slipway Number One, looking toward Basin Napoleon III, with the Passe Nord in the background, 4 Jul 1944; note damage from German demolition in the distance
General Bernard Montgomery relaxing with his traveling companions, a fox terrier puppy named “Hitler” and a spaniel puppy named “Rommel,” at his headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 6 Jul 1944.Bernard Montgomery bestowing the British Distinguished Service Order on Maxwell Taylor of the American 101st Airborne Division, Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944.General Bernard Montgomery pins the British Military Medal on the uniform on T/Sgt Philip Streczyk of the US First Division for extraordinary gallantry on Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, on D-Day.  Award presented Jul 7 1944.Generals George Patton, Omar Bradley, and Bernard Montgomery meeting at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944. Patton and Montgomery seem to be enjoying a tense laugh.
General Bernard Montgomery relaxing with his traveling companions, a fox terrier puppy named “Hitler” and a spaniel puppy named “Rommel,” at his headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 6 Jul 1944.Bernard Montgomery bestowing the British Distinguished Service Order on Maxwell Taylor of the American 101st Airborne Division, Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944.General Bernard Montgomery pins the British Military Medal on the uniform on T/Sgt Philip Streczyk of the US First Division for extraordinary gallantry on Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, on D-Day. Award presented Jul 7 1944.Generals George Patton, Omar Bradley, and Bernard Montgomery meeting at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Jul 1944. Patton and Montgomery seem to be enjoying a tense laugh.
View of the market at the Place du Chateau, Cherbourg, 7 Jul 1944British Sherman tanks near Lebisey Wood for the assault on Caen, France, 8 Jul 1944Fort du Roule located at CherbourgView of the railway ferry terminal in the harbor of Cherbourg, France, 8 Jul 1944, showing German gun emplacements and damage from demolitions and bombs
View of the market at the Place du Chateau, Cherbourg, 7 Jul 1944British Sherman tanks near Lebisey Wood for the assault on Caen, France, 8 Jul 1944Fort du Roule located at Cherbourg's inner harbor showing damage from Allied bombardment, 8 Jul 1944View of the railway ferry terminal in the harbor of Cherbourg, France, 8 Jul 1944, showing German gun emplacements and damage from demolitions and bombs

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