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Members of a U.S. Navy Beach Battalion dig in and arrange gear for their first night ashore in France on June 9, 1944. (AP Photo) - ( Omaha Beach ? Utah Beach ? )

Army troops, members of a U. Navy beach battalion dig in for their first night ashore on a beachhead on the French coast.

D-Day Landing Sites Then And Now: 11 Striking Images That Bring The Past And Present Together

11 Striking Images That Show D-Day Landing Sites Then and Now

D-Day Landing Sites Then And Now: 11 Striking Images That Bring The Past And Present Together - In tourists stroll by where the Battalion US Army Rangers once marched to their landing craft in Weymouth, England June

6th June 1944, Omaha Beach, “Fox Green” section. Medics administer a plasma transfusion to a injured survivor of a landing craft that was sunk off the “Fox Green” section of Omaha beach.

American troops administered first aid to the survivors of sunken landing craft, on OMAHA Beach, Fox Green and Easy Red sectors.

111th Naval Construction Battalion Landing at Omaha Beach D-Day Normandy 1944. LCT-562 and USS LST-502 in the background

Naval Construction Battalion Landing at Omaha Beach D-Day Normandy and USS in the background

Commando coming ashore from LCAs (Landing Craft Assault) on Jig Green beach, Gold area, 6 June 1944.

Commandos of 47 (RM) Commando coming ashore from LCAs (Landing Craft Assault) on Jig Green beach, Gold area, 6 June 1944

US reinforcements arriving on the Omaha sector, 6 June 1944

Troops and equipment pouring in at Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, June

Scene on Omaha Beach, soon after the landings there; June 1944

World War 11 Photos (D-Day June 1944 - Omaha Beachhead)

American troops waded ashore from a LCVP landing craft, Omaha Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944

[Photo] American troops waded ashore from a LCVP landing craft, Omaha Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944

American troops waded ashore from a LCVP landing craft, Omaha Beach, Normandy, 6 Jun 1944

guerra mondiale 2 omaha beach - Cerca con Google

June US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings//Robert Capa

An American soldier and a French peasant assist a wounded Nazi prisoner into a cart in which he and others captured in a small French village on june 10, 1944, were transported back to the beach en route to England and internment. (AP Photo)

An American soldier and a French peasant assist a wounded Nazi prisoner into a cart in which he and others captured in a small French village, in Normandy, on June were transported back to the beach en route to England and internment.

Operation Overlord Normandy, Troops of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division are landing at Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on D-Day. 6th June 1944. 14,000 Canadian soldiers were put ashore and 340 lost their live in the battles for the beachhead. France. Photo: Galerie Bilderwelt, Getty Images / 2010 Galerie Bilderwelt

D-Day: The Invasion of Normandy in color photographs

Operation Overlord Normandy Troops of the Canadian Infantry Division are landing at Juno Beach on the outskirts of BernieressurMer on DDay

Private C. L. Scott of the 4th Infantry Division is washing his feet at a public fountain, Villedieu-les-stoves, Normandy, France, 2nd August 1944

Private C. Scott of the Infantry Division is washing his feet at a public fountain, Villedieu-les-stoves, Normandy, France, August 1944 (b/w photo)

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