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A mobile crane lifted a crate in an English port, during the preparation for the Normandy invasion, circa late May or early Jun 1944A US Army half-track antiaircraft machine gun vehicle backed into the well deck of a US Navy LCT in preparation for the Normandy invasion, late May or early Jun 1944. Photo 1 of 2A US Army half-track antiaircraft machine gun vehicle backed into the well deck of a US Navy LCT in preparation for the Normandy invasion, late May or early Jun 1944. Photo 2 of 2American Jeeps being loaded onto LCTs while larger trucks and DUKWs were being loaded onto LSTs, England, United Kingdom, Jun 1944
A mobile crane lifted a crate in an English port, during the preparation for the Normandy invasion, circa late May or early Jun 1944A US Army half-track antiaircraft machine gun vehicle backed into the well deck of a US Navy LCT in preparation for the Normandy invasion, late May or early Jun 1944. Photo 1 of 2A US Army half-track antiaircraft machine gun vehicle backed into the well deck of a US Navy LCT in preparation for the Normandy invasion, late May or early Jun 1944. Photo 2 of 2American Jeeps being loaded onto LCTs while larger trucks and DUKWs were being loaded onto LSTs, England, United Kingdom, Jun 1944
British landing craft, US Army troops, and US Coast Guard LCI(L)s staged at Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom prior to the Normandy invasion, June 1944.EisenhowerGerman Tiger I heavy tank at Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944In a port in England, a loaded LCVP Landing Craft from the Attack Transport USS Joseph T. Dickman brought troops to the ship for the crossing to Normandy, June 1944. Note Rhino barge loaded with WC54 Ambulances
British landing craft, US Army troops, and US Coast Guard LCI(L)s staged at Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom prior to the Normandy invasion, June 1944.Eisenhower's message to Normandy invaders, Jun 1944German Tiger I heavy tank at Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944In a port in England, a loaded LCVP Landing Craft from the Attack Transport USS Joseph T. Dickman brought troops to the ship for the crossing to Normandy, June 1944. Note Rhino barge loaded with WC54 Ambulances
Liberty ship unloading two CCKW trucks and other supplies onto a Rhino cargo barge off the Normandy beaches, Jun 1944.LST-357 loading vehicles in an English port, in preparation for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944Normandie invasion preparations, Trebah Beach, Falmouth, England, United Kingdom, 1944Private Clyde Peacock and the rest of the 1st MP Platoon of the US 1st Army wait in England to board transports to Normandy, early June 1944. The Military Police would be responsible for managing traffic and holding POWs.
Liberty ship unloading two CCKW trucks and other supplies onto a Rhino cargo barge off the Normandy beaches, Jun 1944.LST-357 loading vehicles in an English port, in preparation for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944Normandie invasion preparations, Trebah Beach, Falmouth, England, United Kingdom, 1944Private Clyde Peacock and the rest of the 1st MP Platoon of the US 1st Army wait in England to board transports to Normandy, early June 1944. The Military Police would be responsible for managing traffic and holding POWs.
Royal Navy LCA landing craft churn through the waters of a British port, taking American troops to a waiting ship during preparations for the Normandy invasion, circa May-Jun 1944Royal Navy LCA-1377 carried American troops to a ship in a British port during preparations for the Normandy invasion, circa May-Jun 1944United States Coast Guard Captains Edward Fritzche (left) and Miles Imlay (right) examining a relief map of Omaha Beach laid out in the hold of the Attack Transport USS Samuel Chase, Jun 1944.US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2
Royal Navy LCA landing craft churn through the waters of a British port, taking American troops to a waiting ship during preparations for the Normandy invasion, circa May-Jun 1944Royal Navy LCA-1377 carried American troops to a ship in a British port during preparations for the Normandy invasion, circa May-Jun 1944United States Coast Guard Captains Edward Fritzche (left) and Miles Imlay (right) examining a relief map of Omaha Beach laid out in the hold of the Attack Transport USS Samuel Chase, Jun 1944.US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 1 of 2
US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 2 of 2US Army M4 Sherman tanks and other equipment loaded in a LCT, ready for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944US Army troops drive by the people of Montebourg, Normandy, France, June 1944.  Note M2 Half-Track “Dirty Gertie” and M4 Sherman Duplex-Drive tank with soldiers sitting on the folded skirt frame.US landing ships at Weymouth, Dorset ready to board troops for the Normandy Invasion, May-June 1944. Photo 2 of 3.
US Army CCKW 2 1/2-ton 6x6 cargo truck with Browning M2 machine gun preparing to be loaded aboard an LST prior to the Normandy invasion, southern England, Jun 1944, photo 2 of 2US Army M4 Sherman tanks and other equipment loaded in a LCT, ready for the invasion of France, circa late May or early Jun 1944US Army troops drive by the people of Montebourg, Normandy, France, June 1944. Note M2 Half-Track “Dirty Gertie” and M4 Sherman Duplex-Drive tank with soldiers sitting on the folded skirt frame.US landing ships at Weymouth, Dorset ready to board troops for the Normandy Invasion, May-June 1944. Photo 2 of 3.

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