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A US 3rd Armored Division M5A1 "Stuart" Light tank crosses through "La Vauterie," a hamlet of St Fromond a village situated on the left side of the Vire river in Normandy. This village was liberated on the 7th of July 1944 by the 117th U.S. Inf. Rgt. under the command of Colonel Henry E. Kelly of the 30th U.S.I.D.

A US 3rd Armored Division M5A1 "Stuart" Light tank crosses through "La Vauterie," a hamlet of St Fromond a village situated on the left side of the Vire river in Normandy. This village was liberated on the 7th of July 1944 by the 117th U.S. Inf. Rgt. under the command of Colonel Henry E. Kelly of the 30th U.S.I.D.

15 October 1940    Wreckage of bus leaning into huge crater in front of bombed out buildings, a result of German aerial blitz attacks during the Battle of Britain. (William Vandivert)

15 October 1940 Wreckage of bus leaning into huge crater in front of bombed out buildings, a result of German aerial blitz attacks during the Battle of Britain. (William Vandivert)

Knocked out Panther near St. Gilles (or perhaps Hambye), France, 1944.

Knocked out Panther near St. Gilles (or perhaps Hambye), France, 1944.

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

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

The Sd.Kfz. 234 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234, or Special Purpose Vehicle 234), was a family of 8x8 armoured cars designed and built in Germany during World War II. The vehicles were lightly armoured, armed with a 20, 50 or 75 mm main gun, and powered by a Tatra V12 diesel engine.

The Sd.Kfz. 234 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234, or Special Purpose Vehicle 234), was a family of 8x8 armoured cars designed and built in Germany during World War II. The vehicles were lightly armoured, armed with a 20, 50 or 75 mm main gun, and powered by a Tatra V12 diesel engine.

A U.S. soldier in Saint-Sauveur-Le-Vicomte, France - 16 June 1944  Photo by Robert Capa

A U.S. soldier in Saint-Sauveur-Le-Vicomte, France - 16 June 1944 Photo by Robert Capa

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