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Canadian tank crew directs traffic around a disabled M4 Sherman tank while they install a new tread on a narrow road in Normandy, France, 1944. Note CMP ambulance and another CMP truck cab at right.Tiger I heavy tank in a French town, Jul-Aug 1944A wrecked German SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle in Northern France, victim of USAAF 9th Air Force fighters, 26 Jul 1944Canadian officers enter Château de Rots, Normandy, France. Left to right they are Colonel Richard S Malone, Lt General Henry Crerar (Commander, 1st Canadian Army) and Major Austin.
Canadian tank crew directs traffic around a disabled M4 Sherman tank while they install a new tread on a narrow road in Normandy, France, 1944. Note CMP ambulance and another CMP truck cab at right.Tiger I heavy tank in a French town, Jul-Aug 1944A wrecked German SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle in Northern France, victim of USAAF 9th Air Force fighters, 26 Jul 1944Canadian officers enter Château de Rots, Normandy, France. Left to right they are Colonel Richard S Malone, Lt General Henry Crerar (Commander, 1st Canadian Army) and Major Austin.
Churchill tank in the shattered village of Maltot, France, 26 Jul 1944Two French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-LĂ´, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944Abandoned German equipment on a road to Avranches, France during Operation Cobra, 31 Jul 1944Sergeant F. J. Petrie and sapper L. Roberts examining a captured German Panzerschreck weapon, south of Caumont, France, 31 Jul 1944
Churchill tank in the shattered village of Maltot, France, 26 Jul 1944Two French boys watched from a hilltop as Allied vehicles passed through the badly damaged city of Saint-LĂ´, France, circa Jul-Aug 1944Abandoned German equipment on a road to Avranches, France during Operation Cobra, 31 Jul 1944Sergeant F. J. Petrie and sapper L. Roberts examining a captured German Panzerschreck weapon, south of Caumont, France, 31 Jul 1944
American M5A1 Stuart light tanks moving through Avranches, Mache, France, mid- to late-1944British Rifleman Reg Oates and Sergeant James Woodward with a PIAT anti-tank launcher near Caen, France, 1944British soldier with Sten gun on a Soviet-built F-22 USV gun which had recently been captured from German troops, France, 1944German FlaK 30 gun and its crew in Drocourt, Seine-et-Oise, France, Aug 1944, photo 1 of 2
American M5A1 Stuart light tanks moving through Avranches, Mache, France, mid- to late-1944British Rifleman Reg Oates and Sergeant James Woodward with a PIAT anti-tank launcher near Caen, France, 1944British soldier with Sten gun on a Soviet-built F-22 USV gun which had recently been captured from German troops, France, 1944German FlaK 30 gun and its crew in Drocourt, Seine-et-Oise, France, Aug 1944, photo 1 of 2
German FlaK 30 gun and its crew in Drocourt, Seine-et-Oise, France, Aug 1944, photo 2 of 2German troops in northern France, Jul-Sep 1944Knocked out Tiger II heavy tank, France, Aug 1944; note penetrated frontal turret armorUS Army convoy making its way through the devastated ruins of St. LĂ´, France, Aug 1944
German FlaK 30 gun and its crew in Drocourt, Seine-et-Oise, France, Aug 1944, photo 2 of 2German troops in northern France, Jul-Sep 1944Knocked out Tiger II heavy tank, France, Aug 1944; note penetrated frontal turret armorUS Army convoy making its way through the devastated ruins of St. LĂ´, France, Aug 1944
British soldier with PIAT at Saint-Martin-des-Besaces, Basse-Normandie, France, 1 Aug 1944Generals Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey with Air-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory in conference on the hood (bonnet) of Montgomery’s Humber Super Snipe staff car, near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 5 Aug 1944.A German mechanized column devastated by British aircraft, near Mortain, France, 7 Aug 1944; note dead German soldier near wrecked SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicleBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill sharing a relaxing moment with General Bernard Montgomery’s spaniel puppy “Rommel” at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Aug 1944.
British soldier with PIAT at Saint-Martin-des-Besaces, Basse-Normandie, France, 1 Aug 1944Generals Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey with Air-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory in conference on the hood (bonnet) of Montgomery’s Humber Super Snipe staff car, near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 5 Aug 1944.A German mechanized column devastated by British aircraft, near Mortain, France, 7 Aug 1944; note dead German soldier near wrecked SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicleBritish Prime Minister Winston Churchill sharing a relaxing moment with General Bernard Montgomery’s spaniel puppy “Rommel” at Montgomery’s headquarters at Blay, Normandy, France, 7 Aug 1944.

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