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10 Generals Who Led the Allied Invasion of Germany in WWII

The four Supreme Commanders of the victorious Allies pose for a photograph. Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), General Dwight D. Eisenhower (United States of America), Marshal.

D-Day #WWII

D-Day, the invasion of France, June American craft of all styles at Omaha Beach, Normandy, during the first stages of the Allied invasion.

Omaha Beach on D-Day - the price paid for freedom. June 1944

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Omaha Beach 1944-2015 - Argunners Argunners Then and Now Pictures

The Colleville Draw leading off Omaha Beach – © Ian R Gumm, 2014

This true war story about one German pilot’s willingness to stay his hand instead of firing his weapon kept another pilot alive to tell the most amazing tale.

This true war story about one German pilot’s willingness to stay his hand instead of firing his weapon kept another pilot alive to tell the most amazing tale. Sabaton ~ No Bullets Fly

We met a WWII vet that survived that day. Though at 90 yrs old now, it sometimes feels like yesterday to him.

Heartbreaking tribute…

A Heartbreaking Tribute. Nine thousand silhouettes were hand drawn in the sand on the Normandy beach to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died on June

Zapata

Emiliano Zapata Salazar (San Miguel Anenecuilco Morelos August 1879 - Chinameca Morelos April great military leader of the Mexican Revolution and symbol of peasant resistance in Mexico. He commanded the Southern Liberation Army.

Another 'Shaky' Robert Capa photograph taken on Omaha Beach.   'Easy Red Sector', Omaha Beach - approx. 0700 on the 6th June 1944  Photographer Robert Capa landed at Easy Red Sector, Omaha Beach with the men of Easy Company, the 2nd battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US Army 1st Division.

0700 on the June 1944 Photographer Robert Capa landed at Easy Red Sector, Omaha Beach with the men of Easy Company, the battalion, Infantry.

Omaha Beach, Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer

Combined Allied forces consisting of over troops launched the D-Day invasion, formally known as Operation Overlord, along 50 miles of coastline in northern France.

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