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6th June 1944: Allied troops exiting a landing craft in trucks on a beachhead during the D-Day landings in Normandy, France. (Photo by Anthony Potter Collection/Getty Images)

Allied troops exiting a landing craft in trucks on a beachhead during...

Allied troops exiting a landing craft in trucks on a beachhead during the D-Day landings in Normandy, France.

Omaha Beach: l'identification des morts, Vierville-sur-Mer.

Omaha Beach: l'identification des morts, Vierville-sur-Mer.

Point Du Hoc, Normandy, France

Paramotor Battlefield Tours in Northern Europe - SkySchool

Paramotor Battlefield Tours with SkySchool

Mulberry Harbour Arrmomanches Normandy 1944 - What to do with just one day in Normandy; the WW2 historian

What to do with just one day in Normandy; the WW2 historian - Normandy Then and Now

Our new series of day trips for Normandy fans begins with an emotional visit to the D-Day landing beaches. This is a long day, but one that will stay with you forever. Best to plan ahead and have drinks, snacks and a packed lunch with you. Useful museum and memorial links at the end of...

Omaha Beach: arial view, Exit E1, 6 june 1944 at 1230 hrs.

Normandy 1944: Photographs - Omaha Beach

D-day Normandy 44. Partie du site consacrée aux temoignages des veterans du debarquement de Normandie.

Dead being buried at Gold beach after (British) Gold beach landings 6 June 1944.

Dead being buried at Gold beach after (British) Gold beach landings 6 June 1944.

06/06/1944 - 07:20 - Sword Beach: débarquement des chars fléaux du 22nd Dragoons et du 13th/18th Royal Hussars transportés à bord de dix Landing Craft Tank (LCT).

06/06/1944 - 07:20 - Sword Beach: débarquement des chars fléaux du 22nd Dragoons et du 13th/18th Royal Hussars transportés à bord de dix Landing Craft Tank (LCT).

Landing Ships Tank (LST) land invasion supplies on Omaha Beach, shortly after the 6 June 1944 D-Day assault [3600 x 2873]

Landing Ships Tank (LST) land invasion supplies on Omaha Beach, shortly after the 6 June 1944 D-Day assault [3600 x 2873]

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Aerial view of Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, taken 6 June 1944, showing landing of two infantry regiments 18th and 115th, vehicles, and landing craft.

12 Amazing Aerial Photographs of D-Day | World Wars

See 12 amazing aerial photographs of D-Day. Almost all were taken on June 6, 1944 during the landings (first day of the Invasion of Normandy) in France..

D-Day – A Look at All 5 Beaches with Original Footage and Photos

D-Day - A Look at All 5 Beaches with Original Footage and Photos

76 years ago, in Northern France, one of the most essential operations of World War II took place. As a part of Operation Overlord, the Normandy landings

Wrecked pontoon causeway of one of the 'Mulberry' artificial harbors, following the storm of 19-22 June 1944, off Normandy, 23 June 1944.

[Photo] Wrecked pontoon causeway of one of the 'Mulberry' artificial harbors, following the storm of 19-22 Jun 1944, off Normandy, France, 23 Jun 1944

[Photo] Wrecked pontoon causeway of one of the 'Mulberry' artificial harbors, following the storm of 19-22 Jun 1944, off Normandy, France, 23 Jun 1944 | World War II Database