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American soldiers on Omaha Beach recover the dead after D-Day 1944 by Walter Rosenblum. 2 world war, never forget, ocean view, history, photo, sapira
D Day Rescue, Omaha Beach. American soldiers on Omaha Beach recovering the fallen after the D Day invasion of France. Photographer Walter Rosenblum, Army Pictorial Service. The threats of today pale in comparison to the realities of the 20th century. Remember.
World War II. 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 soldiers on Omaha Beach recover the dead after D-Day, 1944. WWII
U.S. Army soldiers recovering the remains of comrades at Omaha Beach in a photograph by Walter Rosenblum (June 6, 1944)
Omaha Beach, June 1944 Amazing photo depicting the line up of men making their way...
Normandy, June 1944. After the beach, the hedge-row battles began inland...
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Walter Rosenblum, D-Day Rescue, Omaha Beach, 1944
US Army soldiers recovering remains of comrades at Omaha Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944 / Walter Rosenblum
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In the lead-up to D-Day (Operation Overlord), 1.5 million American men and women squeezed into southern England by early May. They had been training for months, including this practice run.
Army Rangers show off the ladders they used to storm the cliffs at Pointe du Hoc, which they assaulted in support of "Omaha" Beach landings on "D-Day", 6 June 1944. Photograph was released for publication on 12 June 1944.
US Army Air Forces by Vintage Cool 2, via Flickr
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