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Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Brigadier Alexander Stanier at MontgomeryOmar Bradley and Bernard Montgomery at headquarters of British 21st Army Group, Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944US Army convoy passing through the remains of Saint-Lô, France during the Normandy invasion, 29 Jul 1944; note Jeeps, CCKW 2-1/2 ton transports, Studebaker M29 Weasel, and Dodge WC54 field ambulanceTwo French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-Lô, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944
Bernard Montgomery, Omar Bradley, and Brigadier Alexander Stanier at Montgomery's headquarters in Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944Omar Bradley and Bernard Montgomery at headquarters of British 21st Army Group, Normandie, France, 13 Jul 1944US Army convoy passing through the remains of Saint-Lô, France during the Normandy invasion, 29 Jul 1944; note Jeeps, CCKW 2-1/2 ton transports, Studebaker M29 Weasel, and Dodge WC54 field ambulanceTwo French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-Lô, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944
British Rifleman Reg Oates and Sergeant James Woodward with a PIAT anti-tank launcher near Caen, France, 1944Église Notre-Dame and surroundings in ruins, Vire, France, 1944George Patton speaking with French civilians, Aug 1944Railway station in ruins, Saint-Lô, France, 1944
British Rifleman Reg Oates and Sergeant James Woodward with a PIAT anti-tank launcher near Caen, France, 1944Église Notre-Dame and surroundings in ruins, Vire, France, 1944George Patton speaking with French civilians, Aug 1944Railway station in ruins, Saint-Lô, France, 1944
British soldier with PIAT at Saint-Martin-des-Besaces, Basse-Normandie, France, 1 Aug 1944British PIAT team, Normanie, France, 9 Aug 1944A French woman welcomed American and French troops, Alençon, Basse-Normandie, France, 14 Aug 1944Philippe Leclerc in Fleuré-Écouché region, France, circa Aug 1944
British soldier with PIAT at Saint-Martin-des-Besaces, Basse-Normandie, France, 1 Aug 1944British PIAT team, Normanie, France, 9 Aug 1944A French woman welcomed American and French troops, Alençon, Basse-Normandie, France, 14 Aug 1944Philippe Leclerc in Fleuré-Écouché region, France, circa Aug 1944
Ammunition dump explosion in Cherbourg harbor, France, 17 Aug 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 1944Damaged muzzle brake of a German 88mm gun, located in one of Utah BeachShell damage to a German concrete 37mm gun emplacement on Utah Beach, Normandy; photo taken 15 Sep 1944
Ammunition dump explosion in Cherbourg harbor, France, 17 Aug 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 1944Damaged muzzle brake of a German 88mm gun, located in one of Utah Beach's gun emplacements; photo taken on 15 Sep 1944Shell damage to a German concrete 37mm gun emplacement on Utah Beach, Normandy; photo taken 15 Sep 1944
La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 1 of 2La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 2 of 2Pointe du Hoc promontory, Normandie, France, 13 Oct 2005Cimetière américain de Normandie, Colleville-sur-Mer, France, 20 Jul 2010
La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 1 of 2La Cambe German war cemetery, France, 13 Oct 2005, photo 2 of 2Pointe du Hoc promontory, Normandie, France, 13 Oct 2005Cimetière américain de Normandie, Colleville-sur-Mer, France, 20 Jul 2010

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