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    • Bob Powell

      DDay, first wave assault on Omaha Beach. June 6, 1944.

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      Photo, Members of an American landing party lend helping hands to other members of their organization whose landing craft was sunk be enemy action of the coast of France, Omaha Beach, 6 June 1944

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      World War II: The Allied Invasion of Europe - In Focus - The Atlantic

    • Alessandro Raffini

      Members of an American landing party lend helping hands to other members of their organization. Their landing craft was sunk by enemy action off the coast of France. These survivors reached Omaha Beach by using a life raft. Photographer: Weintraub, 6 June 1944 Department of Defense

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