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American soldiers stand in the village of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, which was liberated by paratroopers of the 501st and 506th Regiments of the 101st Airborne.

These Then and Now D-Day Landing Scenes are Amazing

American soldiers on Omaha Beach recover the dead after the June 6, 1944 D-Day invasion of France.

World War II: The Allied Invasion of Europe

Omaha Beach, June 1944

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70 anos Dia D General Omar Bradley (l) and Admiral Alan Kirk sit and talk as they go ashore on D-day, after the Normandy invasion Corbis

D-Day, 70 Years Later: 11 Photos from Normandy and Beyond

World War II History [D-Day] Troops from the 48th Royal Marines advance to the beach at Saint-Aubin-sur-mer

World War II History [D-Day] Paratroopers from the night sky

World War II History [D-Day] Soldiers onboard ship

World War II History [D-Day Photo] US Navy Communications CP on the beach

World War II History [D-Day Map] Situation map as of 24:00 6 June 1944

World War II History USS Franklin (CV-13): Burning off the Japanese coast after she was hit by air attack, 19 March 1945. Photographed from USS Santa Fe (CL-60), which was alongside to help with firefighting and rescue work.

World War II History Apr 30, 1945 - With Russian shells falling on Berlin, Hitler marries his mistress Eva Braun in his bombproof Berlin bunker. He then poisons her and kills himself. His remains are never recovered leading to one of the biggest conspiracy theories in history

World War II History Track of Japanese Carrier Task Force for the Pearl Harbor attack.

Troops landing on Normandy beach, D-Day

D-Day: In the words of the BBC journalists

Men and assault vehicles storm the Normandy Beach of France, as allied landing craft arrive at their destination on D-Day, June 6, 1944. Note men coming ashore in surf and vehicles starting inland. (AP Photo)

D-Day Photos June 6, 1944

The New York Times June 6, 1944 - Allied Armies Land In France In The Havre-Cherbourg Area; Great Invasion Is Under Way

Russian soldiers playing piano in a wrecked living room in Berlin, 1945

July 1945: The ruined interior of the Chancellery in Berlin after World War II, showing the path of an American bomb which landed in the vicinity of Hitler's office. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images)

The Colt 1911 and Thompson "Tommy gun" both in .45 ACP

A Marine armed with an M1A1 Thompson submachine gun and a .45 caliber Colt-type pistol

U.S. WWII M1A1 Carbine Folding Stock Paratrooper

Some weapons that were used in Normandy:1-Garand 30 M1.1- M1. 1-Thompson M1A1. 1- Colt 45 Remington