"Operation Overlord" - Code name given to the Allied invasion of Northwest…
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A picture of Allied soldiers landing in Normandy on D-Day 6 June 1944. It was the biggest seaborne invasion ever.
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BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY (B 5130) A Sherman Firefly coming ashore from an LST (Landing Ship Tank), Sword Beach, 7 June 1944.
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The Pegasus Bridge, Ouistreham, Normandy.
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Easy Co 101st Airbourne - D day June 6, 1944
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Beach Group and support troops digging in on Queen beach, SWORD Area, on the evening of the 6th
H: D-Day Tuesday 6th June 1944
Some of the first troops to enter Caen, France, pose with local inhabitants outside wrecked shops, 9 July 1944. Photo by Sgt. Christie, No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit
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Pegasus Bridge Normandy June 6th this key bridge was captured and held as part of the D Day operation.