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Ind Coy just before Take Off - Credit - 6th British Airborne

Men of the Independent Company emplaning. Lieutenant Bob Midwood is standing fourth from the left, facing his stick of parachutists.

A wounded Royal Navy Beach Commando being taken aboard H.M.C.S. PRINCE DAVID off the Normandy beachhead, 6 June 1944. Photographer: Donovan Thorndick

A wounded Royal Navy Beach Commando being taken aboard H. PRINCE DAVID off the Normandy beachhead, France, 6 June Photographer: Donovan Thorndick (DND/Library & Archives Canada)

Sainte-Mère-Eglise, commemoration june 1946.

Sainte-Mère-Eglise, commemoration june 1946.

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Troops Newly Embarked on an LCI in the Evening

Troops Newly Embarked on an LCI in the Evening

Landing Poster by Graham Cotton

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Utah beach DDay gliders bringing in supplies

D-Day: The Normandy Invasion. Gliders fly supplies to Soldiers fighting on Utah Beach during the Allied Invasion of Europe, D-Day, June www.mil/d-day

A Sherman tank of the "B" Squadron 1st Armoured Regiment (10th Armoured Cavalry Brigade 1st Polish Armoured Division) commencing its journey to shore along a floating bridge at Arromanches 26-28 July 1944.

B A Sherman tank of the "B" Squadron Armoured Regiment Armoured Cavalry Brigade Polish Armoured Division) commencing its journey to shore along a floating bridge at Arromanches July 1944

Photo taken in the hours after the US liberation of Grandcamp and Maisy.

The Americans arrive In Grandcamp and Maisy

Pathfinders from the 101st landed in Normandy just after midnight on June 6th, 1944. Carried aboard 11 C-47 transport planes, these forces were to mark three drop zones for the division’s three parachute infantry regiments.The three regiments of the 101st were dropped behind Utah Beach early in the morning of June 6th, roughly one hour after the pathfinders. 6,789 paratroopers were carried aboard 432 C-47’s, of which 38 planes were lost.

Pathfinders from the 101st landed in Normandy just after midnight on June 6th, 1944. Carried aboard 11 C-47 transport planes, these forces were to mark three drop zones for the division’s three parachute infantry regiments.The three regiments of the 101st were dropped behind Utah Beach early in the morning of June 6th, roughly one hour after the pathfinders. 6,789 paratroopers were carried aboard 432 C-47’s, of which 38 planes were lost.

Des prisonniers allemands attendent d'être embarqués pour l'Angleterre dans les dunes de Utah beach, au milieu de leurs propres réseaux de barbelés!

German POWs resting on the dunes of Utah Beach while waiting to be shipped to England,

During D-Day, the Allies' Normandy operation, the first man to obtain invasion day photos is cameraman Capt. Dale E. Elkins, shown with his specially constructed camera, England, 1944. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)

First man to obtain invasion day photographs is cameraman Captain Dale E. Bikinis, shown with his specially constructed camera.

Liberation and Battle of France: Nuns and Deaf and Dumb Children, Refugees…

Liberation and Battle of France: Nuns and Deaf and Dumb Children, Refugees, Sheltering in the Stables of the Château D'amblie, near Caen

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