30 items in this album on 2 pages.

German soldier standing next to a wrecked Tiger I heavy tank, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944Metal frames placed on the beach to deter amphibious invasions, Normandy, France, Jun 1944Rhino ferry RHF-19 landing CCKW trucks and other vehicles on Omaha Beach, circa 10 Jun 1944. Note Soldier in the right foreground, with waterproofing taped around his rifle.Stormy weather in the English Channel, Jun 1944
German soldier standing next to a wrecked Tiger I heavy tank, Villers-Bocage, France, Jun 1944Metal frames placed on the beach to deter amphibious invasions, Normandy, France, Jun 1944Rhino ferry RHF-19 landing CCKW trucks and other vehicles on Omaha Beach, circa 10 Jun 1944. Note Soldier in the right foreground, with waterproofing taped around his rifle.Stormy weather in the English Channel, Jun 1944
The first meeting on French soil between Bernard Montgomery and generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey, Normandy, France, 10 Jun 1944Tracer fire from Allied warships lighting up the sky off Ouistreham, France, 10 Jun 1944; photo taken from HMS Mauritius, seen in foregroundU-821 being strafed by British Mosquito aircrat, off Ushant, France, 10 Jun 1944US Army patrol examining a German 88 mm FlaK anti-aircraft gun with its barrel splayed by the retreating Germans near Montebourg, France, June 1944
The first meeting on French soil between Bernard Montgomery and generals Omar Bradley and Miles Dempsey, Normandy, France, 10 Jun 1944Tracer fire from Allied warships lighting up the sky off Ouistreham, France, 10 Jun 1944; photo taken from HMS Mauritius, seen in foregroundU-821 being strafed by British Mosquito aircrat, off Ushant, France, 10 Jun 1944US Army patrol examining a German 88 mm FlaK anti-aircraft gun with its barrel splayed by the retreating Germans near Montebourg, France, June 1944
US Army vehicles moved inland from a Normandy invasion beach, Jun 1944US Coast Guardsmen John Smith, African-American on left, and Daniel Kaczorowski, on right, manning a 20-mm Oerlikon autocannon aboard a landing craft, circa mid- or late-1944 off France
US Army vehicles moved inland from a Normandy invasion beach, Jun 1944US Coast Guardsmen John Smith, African-American on left, and Daniel Kaczorowski, on right, manning a 20-mm Oerlikon autocannon aboard a landing craft, circa mid- or late-1944 off France

30 items in this album on 2 pages.



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