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    I had this idea for a Battle of the Bands poster so I decided to draw this by the anniversary of the Normandy invasion today. - Imgur

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    A "baby" Waffen SS trooper, most likely of the "Hitlerjugend" SS-Panzer Division that was decimated during fighting in Normandy, June-July 1944. SS recruiters for the division accepted boys as young as 14 into the ranks. By the time of its surrender to the Allies on May 8, 1945, the division stood at 10,000 down from 20,540 at the time of its first deployment.

    Captured German boy soldier enjoys a cup of coffee aboard a U.S. Coast Guard LCI, Normandy coast, 1944

    Jim Martin, dressed as he was 70 years ago, will be parachuting into Normandy tomorrow at age 93. - Imgur

    Wounded American Soldier - Normandy France 1944 WWII

    Ce Möbelwagen examiné par des soldats Américains semble avoir été assemblé sur la base d'un châssis de Panzer IV Ausf. J. Nous sommes peut-...

    U.S. Troops Ready for D-Day Invasion of Normandy are Reviewed before Shipping Out, During WWII, by Bob Landry

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    World War II photo showing an American flag marking the way during the Normandy Invasion of France, 1944 – Photo taken by the 9th U.S. Army Air Corps, 6th TAC

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    Fontenay-le-Pesnel, 25 juin 1944 : le Panther Nr. 438 du SS-Uscha Gerhard Mahlke qui sera tué le jour même. Nous sommes avec la 12. SS-Panzer-Division « Hitlerjugend ». Des hommes de cette unité se rendront coupables de lexécution sommaire denviron 156 prisonniers Canadiens en juin 1944.



    Canadian troops get ready to use the artillery during Operation Totalize. Normandy 1944

    PhotosNormandie brings thousands of historical WWII photos from the Battle of Normandy to light - www.warhistoryonl...

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    Charlotte Mann, a British artist known for her wall drawings and drawn room installations


    Caption: "U.S. Army soldiers of 2nd Battalion, 33rd Armor Regiment, move through the battle-scarred streets of Saint-Fromond as combat engineers repair communication lines during the Battle of Normandy. Saint-Fromond, Manche, Lower Normandy, France. 10 July 1944. Image taken by Rodger Hamilton."

    American soldiers comfort a little girl and her puppy after the invasion of Normandy. Colleville-sur-Mer, 1944.