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Nursing sisters of Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service talking with wounded soldiers, Beny-sur-Mer, France, 16 June 1944. - Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3524151

Nursing sisters of Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service talking with wounded soldiers, Beny-sur-Mer, France, 16 June - Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3524151

"The Super Sixth" ~ The 6th Armored Div. was created 02/15/42 at Fort Knox, Kentucky & was made up almost entirely of citizen draftee soldiers. Its training stations were Camp Chaffee, Ark., Louisiana Maneuvers, the Mojave Desert, & Camp Cooke, CA. It arrived in England in Feb. 44 & landed at Utah Beach on July 18, 1944. During the next 9 1/2 months, the 6th Armored fought in five major European campaigns of World War II: Normandy; Northern France; Ardennes-Alsase; Rhineland; Central Europe.

re-enactment photograph, taken in Ymuiden, Holland on April and thus not a genuine wartime image.soldier from the Armored Division.

Infantry 35th  division. Battle of  st. Lo | GIs belonging to the 35th Infantry Division pass by ... | Faces of War

GIs belonging to the Infantry Division pass by the remains of two German KIAs in the French village of Saint-Georges-Montcocq in the vicinity of Saint Lo. Note the panzerfaust (anti-tank weapon) by the foot of the KIA in the foreground.

A photo of Jewish women prisoners at the Auschwitz extermination camp in 1944. Most Jews were killed upon arrival. The others were used as forced labor, starved, & brutally mistreated till death.

Exhibit examines medical horrors of Holocaust : Lifestyles

American forces advancing towards Ste. Mere Eglise, past what appear to be German prisoners resting along side of road, following Normandy invasion during WWII.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 699

Bastogne

Taking a break - American soldiers take a break during the Ardennes fighting in Bastogne, Belgium (December

Normandy (Misc.) - Canadians meet Americans: Pte. W.R.Burns and Sgt. K.C. Lingen of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry talk with Cpl. J.E. Junus, Capt. A.A. Smith, Lt. Clair Jones, 1st Sgt. L.R. Huntingdon, members of 2nd U.S. Armored Division. August 27, 1944, Elbeuf, France.

Canadians of The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry meet up with Americans of the U. Armored Division in Elbeuf on 27 August

Normandy 1944: Photographs - Juno Beach

Ten-and thirteen-year-olds, Guy and Michel Pierre, saluting Canadian soldiers in Basly, 28 June 1944

At July 14, 1944, the commemoration of the dead for freedom which are present most of the villagers of Canisy

At July the commemoration of the dead for freedom which are present most of the villagers of Canisy

Juin 1944 - CERISY LA SALLE...Normandie

Marie-Jeanne Brossard, a farmer's daughter wearing clogs, poses while a GI is filling her buckets with filtered water. The other GI is Bernard Dargols.

à Trévières une femme et ses enfants échangent quelques mots avec deux GI'S. (Photo US Signal Corps).

Trévières - a woman and her children exchange a few words with two GI'S.

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