A German shell splashed near a LST off Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944Aerial view of Utah Beach, Normandy, France, morning of 6 Jun 1944; note flooded Merderet River valley at top of photoAmerican soldiers coming ashore at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Americans of the 4th Infantry Division being tended by US Medical Corpsmen by a sea wall at Utah Red Beach, Normandy, France, morning of 6 Jun 1944
A German shell splashed near a LST off Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944Aerial view of Utah Beach, Normandy, France, morning of 6 Jun 1944; note flooded Merderet River valley at top of photoAmerican soldiers coming ashore at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Americans of the 4th Infantry Division being tended by US Medical Corpsmen by a sea wall at Utah Red Beach, Normandy, France, morning of 6 Jun 1944
Americans of the 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division moved out over the seawall on Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944German prisoners of war in a barbed-wire enclosure on Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944; note M4 Sherman tank Men of Force U assaulting Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944; note duplex-drive tanksNevada bombarding off Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944
Americans of the 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division moved out over the seawall on Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944German prisoners of war in a barbed-wire enclosure on Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944; note M4 Sherman tank 'Delphia' and stranded LCT-855 in backgroundMen of Force U assaulting Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944; note duplex-drive tanksNevada bombarding off Utah Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944
Nevada firing her forward 14-inch guns off Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Skytrain transports flew over Utah Beach, 6 Jun 1944US Army weapons carrier moved through the surf toward Utah Beach, Normandy, after being launched from its landing craft, 6 Jun 1944Americans land on Utah Beach from LCT-475, Normandy, 7 Jun 1944
Nevada firing her forward 14-inch guns off Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Skytrain transports flew over Utah Beach, 6 Jun 1944US Army weapons carrier moved through the surf toward Utah Beach, Normandy, after being launched from its landing craft, 6 Jun 1944Americans land on Utah Beach from LCT-475, Normandy, 7 Jun 1944
DUKW amphibious trucks of the 470th Amphibious Truck Company, First Engineer Brigade, bringing supplies to Utah Beach from ships anchored off shore, Normandy, 8 Jun 1944; note German gun in foregroundVehicles and British troops on board a LST off Utah Beach, Normandy, 9 Jun 1944Newly landed US troops moved along Utah Beach at Les Dunes de Madeleine, Normandy, 12 Jun 1944Jeep bringing casualties to a LST for evacuation, Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 13 Jun 1944; note line of German POWs
DUKW amphibious trucks of the 470th Amphibious Truck Company, First Engineer Brigade, bringing supplies to Utah Beach from ships anchored off shore, Normandy, 8 Jun 1944; note German gun in foregroundVehicles and British troops on board a LST off Utah Beach, Normandy, 9 Jun 1944Newly landed US troops moved along Utah Beach at Les Dunes de Madeleine, Normandy, 12 Jun 1944Jeep bringing casualties to a LST for evacuation, Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 13 Jun 1944; note line of German POWs
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 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
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 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


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