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American soldiers, their feet in water, land on a Normandy beach on June 6

Normandy. June 6th, 1944. Landing of the American troops on Omaha Beach. One of Capa's "Magnificent Eleven" pictures of the landing.

Photograph of American troops approaching Omaha Beach, Normandy, on D-Day.Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty

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Members of an American landing party helped those whose landing craft were sunk, Omaha Beach

Normandy. June 6th, 1944. US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings. 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division

American troops help their injured comrades after their landing craft was fired upon. Allied forces. Photos: The Allied invasion of Normandy

Soldiers crowd a landing craft on the way to Normandy during the Allied invasion, June

US troops move ashore at Omaha Beach June 6 1944 The Normandy Invasion involved 156000 Allied

American soldiers land on the French coast in Normandy during the D-Day invasion on

US Army Nurses wade ashore Omaha Beach 12 June 1944 D Day Normandy, Normandy Invasion

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

Canadian soldiers land on Courseulles beach in Normandy, on June 6, 1944 as Allied

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American soldiers on Omaha Beach recovering the dead after the D-Day invasion of France. June 1944, by U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer, Walter Roseblum.

A U.S. Coast Guard landing barge approaches the shore at Normandy, France, on, June 6, 1944.

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American assault troops of the 16th Infantry Regiment, injured while storming Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy, wait by the Chalk Cliffs for ...

American troops storm the beaches of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944.

Invasion of Normandy 1944

Robert Capa Omaha Beach. June 6th, 1944. American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy.

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Photo, These American troops marching on their way to the docks where they will be

On D-Day, the Allies landed around 156,000 troops in Normandy. The American forces landed numbered 73,000: 23,250 on Utah Beach, 34,250 on Omaha Beach, ...

Sitting in the cover of their foxholes, American soldiers of the Allied Expeditionary Force secure

Photo of the landing on Omaha taken by the US Coast Guard. Photo: US National Archives

In This State: A dwindling generation recalls D-Day

Troops in an LCVP landing craft approach Omaha Beach in Normandy, France on D-Day, June 6, 1944. (UPI Photo/U.S. Army) | License Photo

... D-Day landings on Normandy. A LCVP (Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel) from the U.S. Coast Guard-

Dead American soldier at Omaha Beach on D-Day June 6, 1944. “

U.S. landing craft approaching Omaha Beach in Normandy beach on Dec. 6, 1944. Soldiers are standing on ships decks, indicating

Troops of the 2nd Infantry Division file up the bluff from Easy Red sector, Omaha

[American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France]

A Coast Guard-manned LCVP from the U.S.S. Samuel Chase disembarks troops on the morning

Invasion of Normandy D-Day: National Archives

Photo, Members of an American landing party lend helping hands to other members of their

Normandy Invasion. D-Day, the ...

Supply landings at Omaha Beach, mid-June 1944

American assault troops of the 1st Infantry Division who died attempting to storm across Omaha Beach D-Day Invasion of Normandy American assault ...

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

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1944 Robert Capa – American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France. June 6, 1944. Gelatin silver print 1

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American Military Cemetery near Omaha Beach at Colleville sur Mer as historic site of 1944 D

The first wave of American troops landing on D-Day, Omaha Beach, Normandy

General Eisenhower 'Ike' on D-Day plus one, going to Normandy on H.M.S. Apollo, a fast minelayer, Abdiel class. (Launched: 16 Feb 1943; commissioned: 9 Oct ...

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Normandy. June 6th, 1944. US troops assault Omaha Beach... PAR121457. HR. Robert ...

German Pfc. Hein Severloh was behind a machine gun at Omaha beach watching the American GIs on the ramps of the landing crafts.

6th June 1944: American assault troops land at Omaha Beach in Normandy supported by Naval gunfire. (Photo by Wall/MPI/Getty Images)

The first wave of American troops landing on D-Day,Omaha Beach, Normandy

6th June 1944, Omaha Beach, “Fox Green” section. Medics administer a plasma transfusion to a injured survivor of a landing craft that was sunk off the “Fox ...

U. S. Army troops crouch behind the bulwarks of a landing craft as it nears Omaha Beach

U.S. troops wait to disembark a landing craft on D-Day. Photos: The Allied invasion of Normandy

Dead U.S. soldier on Omaha beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

American Military Cemetery near Omaha Beach at Colleville sur Mer as historic site of 1944 D

Hitting the Beach

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Their gun barrels covered against the spray, U.S. infantrymen gaze from their landing craft toward

American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach, the primary landing zone for Americans during the D-

A medic of the 3d Bn., 16th Inf. Regt., 1st U.S.

D-Day veteran Walter Ehlers is shown sitting in a cannon bunker overlooking Omaha Beach

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

Because of the difficulty of landing an army on well-defended beaches, Allied planners had to identify or create elements of strategic advantage.

Normandy. June 6th, 1944. US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings. Robert Capa © International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos

On D-Day, the Allies landed around 156,000 troops in Normandy. The American

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Normandy Invasion, June 1944 -- "D-Day" Landings on "Omaha" Beach, 6 June 1944

US Army troops wade ashore from a Higgins Boat' landing craft at Omaha Beach during

American Military Cemetery near Omaha Beach at Colleville sur Mer as historic site of 1944 D

American troops near to land in Normandy (Omaha Beach) June 6, 1944

Omaha on the afternoon of D-Day

Omaha Beach is the French beach where 34,250 American soldiers landed June 6th, 1944 to free the French from cruel Nazi occupation.

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Medical transport craft for men wounded in the first wave of American troops landing on D-Day, off Omaha Beach, Normandy, 1944

Two American soldiers rest against a chalk cliff on the beach of the Normandy coast of

Below: A large influx of Allied reinforcements and equipment arrives on now-secured Omaha Beach and moves inland.

Robert Capa, "Untitled (Medics at Omaha Beach, June 6, 1944)

A view of Omaha beach during the Normandy invasion. Barrage balloons hover over assembled warships as the Allies pour in an unending flow of supplies for ...

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American soldiers constructing a landing ramp as part of the Mulberry A artificial harbor at Omaha

WORLD WAR II: D-DAY, 1944. An American soldier lies dead alongside

US WWII veteran Edward W.Oleksak, who landed on June 6, 1944 in

On June 6, 1944, U.S. assault troops landed on Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy. What might be different today if they had been turned back?

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American soldiers, their feet in water, land on a Normandy beach on June 6

[American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France]

[American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France]

Photograph of American troops approaching Omaha Beach, Normandy, on D-Day.Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty

Normandy. June 6th, 1944. US troops assault Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings. 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division

Members of an American landing party helped those whose landing craft were sunk, Omaha Beach

Soldiers crowd a landing craft on the way to Normandy during the Allied invasion, June

American troops help their injured comrades after their landing craft was fired upon. Allied forces. Photos: The Allied invasion of Normandy

US troops move ashore at Omaha Beach June 6 1944 The Normandy Invasion involved 156000 Allied

US Army Nurses wade ashore Omaha Beach 12 June 1944 D Day Normandy, Normandy Invasion

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

American soldiers land on the French coast in Normandy during the D-Day invasion on

Canadian soldiers land on Courseulles beach in Normandy, on June 6, 1944 as Allied

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D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

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American soldiers on Omaha Beach recovering the dead after the D-Day invasion of France. June 1944, by U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer, Walter Roseblum.

American assault troops of the 16th Infantry Regiment, injured while storming Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy, wait by the Chalk Cliffs for ...

[American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France]

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A Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel is approaching Omaha Beach Normandy France 6th June 1944 To the

Supply landings at Omaha Beach, mid-June 1944

Robert Capa Omaha Beach. June 6th, 1944. American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy.

Landing craft and ships unload troops and supplies at Omaha

American troops storm the beaches of Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944.

Invasion of Normandy 1944

On D-Day, the Allies landed around 156,000 troops in Normandy. The American forces landed numbered 73,000: 23,250 on Utah Beach, 34,250 on Omaha Beach, ...

Photo, Members of an American landing party lend helping hands to other members of their

American soldiers wade from a landing craft towards Omaha Beach, D-Day, 6 June 1944

[American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France]

Troops in an LCVP landing craft approach Omaha Beach in Normandy, France on D-Day, June 6, 1944. (UPI Photo/U.S. Army) | License Photo

Photo of the landing on Omaha taken by the US Coast Guard. Photo: US National Archives

In This State: A dwindling generation recalls D-Day

U.S. landing craft approaching Omaha Beach in Normandy beach on Dec. 6, 1944. Soldiers are standing on ships decks, indicating

Courtesy of the National Archives. American soldiers disembark from a landing craft as the bluffs of Omaha Beach ...

Invasion of Normandy D-Day: National Archives

Normandy Invasion. D-Day, the ...

Photo, These American troops marching on their way to the docks where they will be

American assault troops of the 1st Infantry Division who died attempting to storm across Omaha Beach D-Day Invasion of Normandy American assault ...

2nd Infantry Division troops and equipment going up the bluff via the E-1 draw on D+1, June 7. They are going past WN-65 that defended the route up the ...

Tide and sunrise schedules

Saving Private Ryan: The American forces storm Omaha Beach during the massive D-Day

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Reproductions of this image may also be available through the National Archives photographic reproduction system.

1944 Robert Capa – American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France. June 6, 1944. Gelatin silver print 1

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American Military Cemetery near Omaha Beach at Colleville sur Mer as historic site of 1944 D

6th June 1944, Omaha Beach, “Fox Green” section. Medics administer a plasma transfusion to a injured survivor of a landing craft that was sunk off the “Fox ...

U. S. Army troops crouch behind the bulwarks of a landing craft as it nears Omaha Beach

Troops of the 2nd Infantry Division file up the bluff from Easy Red sector, Omaha

[American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France]

The first wave of American troops landing on D-Day, Omaha Beach, Normandy

General Eisenhower 'Ike' on D-Day plus one, going to Normandy on H.M.S. Apollo, a fast minelayer, Abdiel class. (Launched: 16 Feb 1943; commissioned: 9 Oct ...

Carençant © Thierry Houyel

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German Pfc. Hein Severloh was behind a machine gun at Omaha beach watching the American GIs on the ramps of the landing crafts.

The first wave of American troops landing on D-Day,Omaha Beach, Normandy

6th June 1944: American assault troops land at Omaha Beach in Normandy supported by Naval gunfire. (Photo by Wall/MPI/Getty Images)

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

Hitting the Beach

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U.S. troops wait to disembark a landing craft on D-Day. Photos: The Allied invasion of Normandy

American Military Cemetery near Omaha Beach at Colleville sur Mer as historic site of 1944 D

A medic of the 3d Bn., 16th Inf. Regt., 1st U.S.

Omaha Beach – D-Day – Normandy landings

Robert Capa - American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France, 6-Jun-44

American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach, the primary landing zone for Americans during the D-

American troops near to land in Normandy (Omaha Beach) June 6, 1944

American soldiers pour onto Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, on D-Day.

D-Day veteran Walter Ehlers is shown sitting in a cannon bunker overlooking Omaha Beach

Because of the difficulty of landing an army on well-defended beaches, Allied planners had to identify or create elements of strategic advantage.

A Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel (LCVP) is approaching Omaha Beach, Normandy

On D-Day, the Allies landed around 156,000 troops in Normandy. The American

File:American assault troops at Omaha Beach 01.jpg

d-day casualties

American Military Cemetery near Omaha Beach at Colleville sur Mer as historic site of 1944 D

Omaha Beach is the French beach where 34,250 American soldiers landed June 6th, 1944 to free the French from cruel Nazi occupation.

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

Their gun barrels covered against the spray, U.S. infantrymen gaze from their landing craft toward

Two American soldiers rest against a chalk cliff on the beach of the Normandy coast of

Medical transport craft for men wounded in the first wave of American troops landing on D-Day, off Omaha Beach, Normandy, 1944

Robert Capa, "Untitled (Medics at Omaha Beach, June 6, 1944)

[German soldiers captured by American forces burying some of the men killed during the D

Below: A large influx of Allied reinforcements and equipment arrives on now-secured Omaha Beach and moves inland.

American soldiers constructing a landing ramp as part of the Mulberry A artificial harbor at Omaha

A view of Omaha beach during the Normandy invasion. Barrage balloons hover over assembled warships as the Allies pour in an unending flow of supplies for ...