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Paratroopers attacking a german CP in Ravenoville, Marmion farm - 6 June 1944 (© WWII Archives)

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 693

Paratrooper at the top of Currahee Mountain in Toccoa, Ga. Being on Mt. Currahee was amazing. Just considering the history and all the brave troops who have trained there gives you goosebumps.

Paratrooper at the top of Currahee Mountain in Toccoa, Ga. Currahee was amazing. Just considering the history and all the brave troops who have trained there gives you goosebumps.

Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne standing on the ruins of a house after the Battle of Carentan/15 June 1944 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Paratroopers of the Airborne standing on the ruins of a house after the Battle of June 1944 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

29th infantry division fighting near Saint-Jores, Normandy, 5 July 1944.

North of Saint-Lô, Normandy, July US troops trying to attack Germans through the thick hedgerow. *Note the center GI firing his BAR while nearly standing straight up.

Members of the 101st Airborne Division at 'La Gouderie' in Angoville-au-Plain. This historic Manor house became the Regimental Headquarters of Colonel Sink during the D-Day landings. The hamlet of Angoville-au-Plain, near Carentan, played a significant role in the D.Day landings. The Church became a field hospital for both U.S. Airborne and German casualties during D-Day and the days following.

Members of the 101st Airborne Division at 'La Gouderie' in Angoville-au-Plain. This historic Manor house became the Regimental Headquarters of Colonel Sink during the D-Day landings. The hamlet of Angoville-au-Plain, near Carentan, played a significant role in the D.Day landings. The Church became a field hospital for both U.S. Airborne and German casualties during D-Day and the days following.

Utah Beach D-Day Morning - Normandy Battlefield Tours

[Photo] Aerial view of Utah Beach, Normandy, France, morning of 6 Jun note flooded Merderet River valley at top of photo

D-Day Beach With Obstacles And Debris Normandy 1944

We haven't seen these before! 45 mind blowing images of D-Day! - Page 3 of 4

British paratroopers near Caen in Normandy just after D-Day (ca. June 1944). Notice the German sign pointing toward Caen, and the glider visible on a field in the background. Both soldiers appear to be armed with Sten guns, with the soldier in front issued the newest MkV.

British paratroopers near Caen in Normandy just after D-Day (ca. June Notice the German sign pointing toward Caen, and the glider visible on a field in the background. Both soldiers appear to be armed with Sten guns.

Wn18 Colleville Beach 0939am 6644DETAILS Commandos ready to move off the beach.

British soldiers crouch on the beach immediately after the D-Day landing, waiting for a tank to pass by before they advance inland in Normandy,

Des GI's faisant la file pour un repas près des ruines de la villa Hardelay, Omaha Beach, Vierville-sur-Mer.

Des GI's faisant la file pour un repas près des ruines de la villa Hardelay, Omaha Beach, Vierville-sur-Mer.

German prisoners being taken away atop a cliff at Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, 8 Jun 1944; note American flag draped on cliff wall to prevent friendly fire

German prisoners being taken away atop a cliff at Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, 8 Jun 1944; note American flag draped on cliff wall to prevent friendly fire

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