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These six "Landser" from the 353th Infanterie-Division, are guarded by two GIs of the 4th Armored Division during the Operation Cobra. They are lined up in front of a ruined house in Coutances, 29 Km west of Saint-Lô, Normandy, France.  29 July 1944.

German POWs under guard by the Armor Division outside the French village of Coutances, 29 July 1944

Allied troops ready to cross the Channel to invade Normandy

Normandy Invasion

American troops prepared in England shortly before they launched the D-Day invasion of France on June

June 7 1944 Canadian troops inland in Normandy

1 -Soldiers taking cover in Normandy a lot of Canadians died it opened up an understanding of how to attack germany

American troops board a landing craft in preparation for crossing the English Channel to invade Normandy

American soldiers line up for a briefing prior to receiving their D-Day assignments.

June 1944 - American troops board a landing craft prior to the launch.

débarquement ver sur mer | DEBARQUEMENT DE NORMANDIE Juin 1944

débarquement ver sur mer | DEBARQUEMENT DE NORMANDIE Juin 1944

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 the D-Day landings in Normandy, France. June 1944 (Photo by Anthony Potter Collection/Getty Images)

GIs take a rest inside the heavily damaged church in the newly recaptured town of St. George D’Elle weeks after the invasion of Normandy, July 1944

GIs take a rest inside the heavily damaged church and, out of sight of German snipers, in the newly recaptured town of St. George D’Elle weeks after the invasion of Normandy, July 1944

U.S Soldiers entering in the LCT (amphibious vehicle) during practice for the Normandy landings of June 6th, 1944. The photo was taken in France in the 5th June 1944, one day before the invasion. Before Operation Overlord it has been a lot of exercises. If the transaction had not been made because of a problem, it would be made after many days. The soldiers described the minefield along 8km, barbed wire is destroyed with Bangalore.

U.S Soldiers entering in the LCT (amphibious vehicle) during practice for the Normandy landings of June 6th, 1944. The photo was taken in France in the 5th June 1944, one day before the invasion. Before Operation Overlord it has been a lot of exercises. If the transaction had not been made because of a problem, it would be made after many days. The soldiers described the minefield along 8km, barbed wire is destroyed with Bangalore.

The U.S. VIII Corps exploited Operation Cobra and cracked a doorway into Brittany.

A column of U. "Stuart" light tanks at the south entrance to Avranches, 2 august Armored Division

Normandy - Cherbourg, 1944

Normandy - Cherbourg, 1944

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