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Scenes From D-Day, Then and Now | US troops on the Esplanade in Weymouth, England, on their way to embark on ships bound for Omaha Beach for the D-Day landings in Normandy in June of 1944. | Click to the source to view a transition to this same view 70 years later, on April 5, 2014.

Scenes From D-Day, Then and Now

Scenes From D-Day, Then and Now: the seafront of Weymouth, England. Left: American troops ready to board the ship for Omaha in June, Right: 70 years later, April

Paratroopers in Nijmegen, oldest city in the Netherlands, during Operation Market Garden.Sept17-25 1944

Paratroopers in Nijmegen, oldest city in the Netherlands, during Operation Market Garden. Market Gardens being one of the stupidest moves in military history

American soldiers line up for a briefing prior to receiving their D-Day assignments.

Amazing, Historic Images Of Allied Troops Storming The Beaches Of Normandy On D-Day

Marine on Saipan Island in the Pacific where some of the bloodiest battles of World War II took place.

peerintothepast: “ A Marine on Saipan with a British Bren machine gun captured from Japanese forces.

Manfred Pernass about to be executed by firing squad. He was one of 3 German soldiers caught during the Battle of the Bulge wearing American uniforms.

A German spy and saboteur is going to be executed by an American Army platoon in Henri-Chapelle.

British soldier with fixed bayonet, First World War, 1914-1918.

Bayonet's where not knew to WWI but played an important role. Bayonets were mainly used in close quarter combat in trench battles. This pin shows a german soldier with his fixed bayonet ready for battle.

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