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D Day 1944 Robert Capa (this is NOT a Capa photo: was taken on Omaha Beach by Walter Rosenblum )

D-Day Landing Sites Then And Now: 11 Striking Images That Bring The Past And Present Together - The former Juno Beach D-Day landing zone, where Canadian forces once came ashore, in Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, France. Once a scene of death and destruction, now a tourist's paradise.

11 Striking Images That Show D-Day Landing Sites Then and Now

Mashup Photo: (Normandy Invasion) The former Juno Beach D-Day landing zone, where Canadian forces once came ashore, in Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, France. Once a scene of death and destruction, now a tourist's paradise.

Juno Beach, D-Day. Site of 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landing on 6 June 1944.

- Allies - Canadian Infantry: Juno Beach, Canadian Infantry Division landing site on 6 June

D-Day this just brwaks my heart. Those kids hiding behind a pole. Noplace to hide

Those kids hiding behind a pole. Noplace to hide Notice the mines atop the beach obstacle in the foreground that two young soldiers are seeking refuge from.

World War II history gallery British troops land on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, the beginning of the Allied invasion of France to establish a second front against German forces in Europe. Normandy, France, June 6, 1944.

GO ou SW-B - World War II history gallery British troops land on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, the beginning of the Allied invasion of France to establish a second front against German forces in Europe.

This website provides information on the number of Allied and German troops that were killed, wounded, or missing in action after D-Day. It also answers various questions about which Allied nations were involved in the battle and lists links to other websites that provide more information on the Battle of Normandy.

D-Day: On June the Allies invade Western Europe in the largest amphibious attack in history.

Photos Of D-Day Locations In Normandy Then And Now

June German prisoners-of-war march along Juno Beach landing area to a ship taking them to England, after they were captured by Canadian troops at Bernieres Sur Mer, France Tourist sunbathe on the former Juno Beach landing area

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