442 items in this album on 23 pages.

A French Army Sherman tank landed on a Normandy beach from LST-517, 2 Aug 1944Ammunition dump explosion in Cherbourg harbor, France, 17 Aug 1944French civilians gathering in front of damaged Église Notre-Dame-du-Vœu, Cherbourg, France, 22 Aug 1944German coastal artillery at Normandy, France, circa Aug-Sep 1944
A French Army Sherman tank landed on a Normandy beach from LST-517, 2 Aug 1944Ammunition dump explosion in Cherbourg harbor, France, 17 Aug 1944French civilians gathering in front of damaged Église Notre-Dame-du-Vœu, Cherbourg, France, 22 Aug 1944German coastal artillery at Normandy, France, circa Aug-Sep 1944
German machine gun turret, Normandy, France, circa Aug-Sep 1944US Army trucks of the A German gun emplacement located near the town of Ste. Marie du Mont near Utah Beach, showing damage inflicted by Allied gunfire during the Normandy invasion; photo taken 10 Sep 1944MGen Leonard Gerow presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to 1st Lt William J Kehaly of San Francisco, California on 11 Sep 1944 for Lt Kehaly’s actions on D-Day, 6 Jun 1944.
German machine gun turret, Normandy, France, circa Aug-Sep 1944US Army trucks of the 'Red Ball Express' moving through a regulating point, possibly France, circa mid-1944A German gun emplacement located near the town of Ste. Marie du Mont near Utah Beach, showing damage inflicted by Allied gunfire during the Normandy invasion; photo taken 10 Sep 1944MGen Leonard Gerow presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to 1st Lt William J Kehaly of San Francisco, California on 11 Sep 1944 for Lt Kehaly’s actions on D-Day, 6 Jun 1944.
Damaged muzzle brake of a German 88mm gun, located in one of Utah BeachReinforced concrete observation post, part of a German fortification at Cherbourg, France, 15 Sep 1944Shell damage to a German concrete 37mm gun emplacement on Utah Beach, Normandy; photo taken 15 Sep 194413 Liberty Ships deliberately scuttled to form a breakwater for invasion vessels landing on the Normandy beachhead lie in line off the beach shielding the ships in shore.
Damaged muzzle brake of a German 88mm gun, located in one of Utah Beach's gun emplacements; photo taken on 15 Sep 1944Reinforced concrete observation post, part of a German fortification at Cherbourg, France, 15 Sep 1944Shell damage to a German concrete 37mm gun emplacement on Utah Beach, Normandy; photo taken 15 Sep 194413 Liberty Ships deliberately scuttled to form a breakwater for invasion vessels landing on the Normandy beachhead lie in line off the beach shielding the ships in shore.
Japanese-American troops in a jeep in the Chambois Sector in France, circa Oct 1944; note anti-decapitation device on front bumperAerial view of Aerial view of American cemetery at Sainte-Mère-Église, France, near Utah Beach, 1 Jun 1945
Japanese-American troops in a jeep in the Chambois Sector in France, circa Oct 1944; note anti-decapitation device on front bumperAerial view of 'Mulberry B', off Normandy, France, 27 Oct 1944Aerial view of 'Mulberry B', off Normandy, France, Fall 1944. Photo 2 of 2.American cemetery at Sainte-Mère-Église, France, near Utah Beach, 1 Jun 1945
American Private First Class Lee Harper, wounded at Normandy, was greeted by his 2-year-old sister Janet, whom he had never seen before, as his mother and wife looked on, New York City, 1 Aug 1945Jimmy Carter and Giscard dMrs. Nancy Reagan laying flowers at the Omaha Beach Memorial Cemetery, Normandy, France, 11 Jun 1982President Ronald Reagan spoke at the 40th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1984
American Private First Class Lee Harper, wounded at Normandy, was greeted by his 2-year-old sister Janet, whom he had never seen before, as his mother and wife looked on, New York City, 1 Aug 1945Jimmy Carter and Giscard d'Estaing visited monument on Omaha Beach, Normandy, 5 Jan 1978Mrs. Nancy Reagan laying flowers at the Omaha Beach Memorial Cemetery, Normandy, France, 11 Jun 1982President Ronald Reagan spoke at the 40th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1984

442 items in this album on 23 pages.

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