Map of Normandy assault routesMap depicting Allied bomber offensive plans in the Normandy, France region and German dispositions, 6 Jun 1944Map depicting the Utah beachhead, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Map noting Allied and German dispositions in southern England, United Kingdom and Normandy, France on 6 Jun 1944
Map of Normandy assault routesMap depicting Allied bomber offensive plans in the Normandy, France region and German dispositions, 6 Jun 1944Map depicting the Utah beachhead, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Map noting Allied and German dispositions in southern England, United Kingdom and Normandy, France on 6 Jun 1944
Map noting situation at Normandy, France at 2400 hours on 6 Jun 1944; note title text with deceptive American unit FUSAGMap of the Omaha beachhead, Normandy, France, showing movements of the US Army V Corps, 6 Jun 1944Map showing German dispositions on Cotentin Peninsula in France on 6 Jun 1944US Army map of the landing beaches at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944. Note that the planned landing beaches are about 250 yards away from actual landing beaches.
Map noting situation at Normandy, France at 2400 hours on 6 Jun 1944; note title text with deceptive American unit FUSAGMap of the Omaha beachhead, Normandy, France, showing movements of the US Army V Corps, 6 Jun 1944Map showing German dispositions on Cotentin Peninsula in France on 6 Jun 1944US Army map of the landing beaches at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944. Note that the planned landing beaches are about 250 yards away from actual landing beaches.
Map depicting Allied operations in the Normandy, France area, 13-30 Jun 1944Map depicting the Allied attempt to expand the beachhead at Normandy, France, 1-24 Jul 1944Graphic chart of Allied advance in France, from Fiscal Years 1944-1945 Biennial Report of Army Chief from Staff General George Marshall to the US Secretary of War, Aug 1945
Map depicting Allied operations in the Normandy, France area, 13-30 Jun 1944Map depicting the Allied attempt to expand the beachhead at Normandy, France, 1-24 Jul 1944Graphic chart of Allied advance in France, from Fiscal Years 1944-1945 Biennial Report of Army Chief from Staff General George Marshall to the US Secretary of War, Aug 1945
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