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1- June 6, 1944: US reinforcements land on Omaha beach during the Normandy D-Day landings near Vierville sur Mer, France  2- People on holidays enjoy the sunshine on the former D-Day landing zone

Past Vs Present – Normandy D-Day Landing Sites

June US reinforcements land on Omaha beach during the Normandy D-Day landings near Vierville sur Mer, France People on holidays enjoy the sunshine on the former D-Day landing zone

Then and Now: Disturbing Documentary Photography Series

Life has changed dramatically since World War II, but this photo series by Patrick Elie shows how much Normandy has miraculously stayed the same.

Isigny on Wed, July 4th, 1944, American convoys passing in the ruined city, place Gambetta to east left towards Bayeux, the rue Emile Demagny with the Hotel de France. Read more: http://histomil.com/viewtopic.php?f=338&t=3918&start=1420#ixzz3SjH8NEUV

signy on Wed, July American convoys passing in the ruined city, place Gambetta to east left towards Bayeux, the rue Emile Demagny with the Hotel de France

Panther of 3. SS-PzRgt 12, after attack made in the end of morning at Norrey-en-Bessin.

A Panther Ausf A with the SS Panzer Rgt after an attack made in the end of morning at Norrey-en-Bessin, France and what the same street looks like today.

SS-Sturmmann Otto Funk of the SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 25, photographed after an assault, near Rots. They were to follow up the attack at Norrey-en-Bessin on June 9, 1944.

Stunning Then & Now Photographs of Otto Funk and Klaus Schuh of the SS-Panzer-Division "Hitlerjugend" in Normandy,

12 June 1944: A group of American soldiers stand in the village of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, which was liberated by paratroopers of the 501st and 506th Regiments of the 101st Airborne Division. 7 May 2014: A view of the old village fountain today.

12 June A group of American soldiers stand in the village of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, which was liberated by paratroopers of the and Regiments of the Airborne Division. 7 May A view of the old village fountain today.

Then and now... A Cromwell tank leads a British Army column from the 4th County of London Yeomanry, 7th Armoured Division, inland from Gold Beach after landing on D-Day in Ver-sur-Mer, June 6, 1944.

A Cromwell tank leads a British Army column from the County of London Yeomanry, Armoured Division, inland from Gold Beach after landing on D-Day in Ver-sur-Mer, June

Then & Now Arnhem Bridge.

Then & Now Arnhem Bridge.

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