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German prisoners of war being held in a tank landing craft beached on Jig Green beach, Gold area, 7 June 1944. In the background is LCT 886 which was heavily damaged on D-Day.

German prisoners of war being held in a tank landing craft beached on Jig Green beach, Gold area, 7 June 1944. In the background is LCT 886 which was heavily damaged on D-Day.

Pegasus Bridge, 9 June 1944; Horsa gliders can be seen where they landed.

Pegasus Bridge, 9 June 1944; Horsa gliders can be seen where they landed.

Sherman tanks of 'A' Squadron, Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers), 8th Armoured Brigade, come ashore from a landing craft (LCT 1076) on Jig beach, Gold area, 6 June 1944. On the right, a bulldozer helps clear a path off the beach.

Sherman tanks of 'A' Squadron, Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers), 8th Armoured Brigade, come ashore from a landing craft (LCT 1076) on Jig beach, Gold area, 6 June 1944. On the right, a bulldozer helps clear a path off the beach.

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: "Phoenixes" laid in line off the coast at Arromanches, while a soldier makes a hazardous wire rope crossing. These formed part of the Mulberry harbour.

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: "Phoenixes" laid in line off the coast at Arromanches, while a soldier makes a hazardous wire rope crossing. These formed part of the Mulberry harbour.

D-DAY - BRITISH FORCES DURING THE INVASION OF NORMANDY 6 JUNE 1944

D-DAY - BRITISH FORCES DURING THE INVASION OF NORMANDY 6 JUNE 1944

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: Wreckage after the great storm in the channel that badly damaged the Mulberry Harbours, strewn on the beach at Arromanches.

Mulberry Harbour, Arromanches: Wreckage after the great storm in the channel that badly damaged the Mulberry Harbours, strewn on the beach at Arromanches.

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