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Soldiers of the 45 Commando Royal Marines, attached to 3rd Infantry Division for the assault on Sword Beach, pass through a street of Colleville-sur-Orne, 10 Km NE from Caen, on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge. Normandy, France. 6 June 1944. by World War 2 Photos on Flickr. #WWII #history

Soldiers of the 45 Commando Royal Marines, attached to 3rd Infantry Division for the assault on Sword Beach, pass through a street of Colleville-sur-Orne, 10 Km NE from Caen, on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge. Normandy, France. 6 June 1944. by World War 2 Photos on Flickr. #WWII #history

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy  We were extremely moved by this Cemetary such a waste of life

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy We were extremely moved by this Cemetary such a waste of life

Royal Marine Commandos attached to 3rd Division for the assault on Sword Beach move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge, Normandy, 6 June 1944. © IWM (B 5067)

Royal Marine Commandos attached to 3rd Division for the assault on Sword Beach move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge, Normandy, 6 June 1944. © IWM (B 5067)

Commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to link up with 6th Airborne Division at Benouville, 6th June

Commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to link up with 6th Airborne Division at Benouville, 6th June

Omaha Beach, 7 june 1944. Pvt Vincent M. Killen, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. He was killed in action on june 21, 1944 at Saint-George-d'Elle. He is buried at the Normandy American cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, Plot J - Row 15 - Grave 23.

Omaha Beach, 7 june 1944. Pvt Vincent M. Killen, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division. He was killed in action on june 21, 1944 at Saint-George-d'Elle. He is buried at the Normandy American cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer, Plot J - Row 15 - Grave 23.

Hundreds of dead soldiers in stretchers covered with a blankets after D-Day. Killed during Normandy landings, they lie in a temporary cemete...

Hundreds of dead soldiers in stretchers covered with a blankets after D-Day. Killed during Normandy landings, they lie in a temporary cemete...

1944 Omaha. A large group of American assault troops of the 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st U.S. Infantry Division, having gained the comparative safety offered by the chalk cliff at their backs, takes a “breather” before moving onto the continent at Colleville-Sur-Mer, Omaha Beach, in Normandy, France. Medics who landed with the men treat them for minor injuries.

1944 Omaha. A large group of American assault troops of the 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st U.S. Infantry Division, having gained the comparative safety offered by the chalk cliff at their backs, takes a “breather” before moving onto the continent at Colleville-Sur-Mer, Omaha Beach, in Normandy, France. Medics who landed with the men treat them for minor injuries.

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