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The River at Neufchateau

Photograph of the Drawing of Casemate, Camp Des Romains

First Division Headquarters Kitchen, St. Mihiel Drive

American and Filipino Prisoners, Captured at Corregidor

Photograph of American Troops in Wiltz, Belgium

M-4 Sherman Tanks Lined up in a Snow Covered Field, near St. Vith, Belgium

[Coutances Bridge, Normandy - Before & After]

Wreckage in St. Vith, Belgium

Photograph of Infantrymen Pushing through the Hurtgen Forest in Germany

Photograph taken from Captured German Film of German Troops Advancing Past Burning American Equipment

Photograph of Paratroopers just before They Took off for the Initial Assault of D-Day

Aerial Photograph of the Landing Operation on the French Coast Showing Three LSTs Stuck in Shallow Water off Shore

Photograph of Tanks and Infantrymen of the 82nd Airborne Division

Road to Normandy

Photograph taken from a Captured German Film Shows German Infantrymen Knocked-Out and Burning American Vehicles

Photograph of Amphibious Landing Operations at Slapton Beach, Devon, England in Preparation for Invasion of Europe

Yanks Trudge through Snow from Humpange, Belgium to St. Vith

D-Day Ferry Ride

Panoramic Sketch of the D-Day Beaches

Photograph of Medics and Litter Bearers Going Up the Ramp of an LCT as the Prepare for the Normandy Invasion

AGC-8 Communication Ship, USS Mount Olympus

Photograph of American Troops on LCT Preparing for Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops on LCT Preparing for Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops Descending into Barges in a British Port Town as they Prepare for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops Loading into LSIs in Britain for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops Descending into Barges in a British Port Town as they Prepare for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of American Troops Marching through the Streets of a British Port Town on Their Way to the Docks in Preparation for the Normandy Invasion

Photograph of Jeeps Being Driven into the Open Doors of a LCT in Preparation for the Normandy Invasion

SS-297 USS Ling

Photograph of Men and Equipment in Landing Craft Preparing for Normandy Invasion

Photograph of Roll Call before D-Day Assault

Photograph of American Troops during Final Amphibious Maneuvers on the North African coast

Photograph of Landing Craft Approaching Omaha Beach

Photograph of American Assault Troops

American Assault Troops of the 16th Infantry Regiment, Injured While Storming Omaha Beach, Wait by the Chalk Cliffs for Evacuation to a Field Hospital for Further Medical Treatment, Collville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France

Photograph of Private William Bonneville Wrapped in a Blanket after an Exhausting Struggle with the Chill Currents of the English Channel

Photograph of American Soldiers Heading towards the French Coast on a U.S. Coast Guard Landing Barge

Photograph of American Medics Rendering First Aid to Troops in the Initial Landing on Utah Beach

Photograph of American Assault Troops with Full Equipment Moving onto Omaha Beach

Photograph of Royal British Marines during Final Amphibious Maneuvers on the North African Coast

Photograph of Men and Assault Vehicles Storming the Beaches of Normandy

Photograph of a Mortar Crew Standing Back Just Before Firing into a Nazi Position

Photograph of American Assault Troops Moving onto a Beachhead on the Northern Coast of France

Photograph of Reinforcements Flowing Steadily through the Surf and Up the Beaches of France

Photograph of Allied Guns Firing at Nazi Planes Off the Cherbourg Peninsula

Photograph of American Soldiers Marching a Group of German Prisoners along a Beachhead in Northern France

Photograph of General Dwight D. Eisenhower Giving the Order of the Day

Photograph of Coast Guard Landing Barges Hitting the French Coast with the First Wave of American Troops

Photograph of a Large Group of American Assault Troops

Photograph of Stretchers Covering the Decks of a Coast Guard LCT

Photograph of Soldiers Crouching Behind the Bulwarks of a Coast Guard Landing Barge

Photograph of German Prisoners

Photograph of the French Invasion Beach Made by a Coast Guard Combat Photographer from a Hillside Cut with the Trenches of the Ousted Nazi Defenders

Photograph of American Reinforcements Piling from a Coast Guard Landing Barge into the Surf on the French Coast Soldiers Crossing the English Channel aboard a Coast Guard "Elsie" (LCI)

Photograph of an American Medical Officer Bandaging the Hand of an American Soldier

Photograph of Men and Equipment Scattered about a Command Post on Red Beach, France

Photograph of American Troops in the Yard of a Farmhouse They Have Just Cleared of German Snipers

Photograph of American Gun Battery of an Anti-aircraft Unit Going into Action on Omaha Beachhead, near Vierville Sur-mer, France

A Platoon of Negro Troops Surrounds a Farm House in a Town in France, as They Prepare to Eliminate a German Sniper Holding up an Advance, Omaha Beachhead, near Vierville-sur-Mer, France

Five Soldiers of the 413th AAA Gun Battalion Near Omaha Beach

DD-623 USS Nelson Torpedo Damage

A D-8 Caterpillar Pulling a Small D-4 Out of Mud at Mile 52 Along the Ledo Road During Maintenance Work

Photograph of Infantrymen Moving into the Town of Percy, France

Photograph of a BAR Gunner Entering a Building Suspected of Housing Snipers in Percy, France

Photograph of Tanks and Infantrymen Moving into Bonneville, France

With Smoke From Blasted German Armor Filling the Sky, These American Troops Move on Toward Fontainebleau Enroute to Paris, France

General Eisenhower with General Pierre Kœnig and Lt. Gen. Omar Bradley at the Arc de Triomphe

Photograph of Jeeps of the American 28th Infantry Division Moving Down the Champs Elysees in Paris, France

American Armor Fans Out Near Gelin, Belgium to Blast at Trapped German Infantry

Photograph of Infantrymen Passing through Witte, Luxemburg

Photograph of Private Eugene V. Webber Handing a Little Girl a Stick of Chewing Gum in the Town of Asselbourn, Luxemburg

Photograph of Infantrymen Crossing a Belgian Farm near the Town of Habay-LA-Neuve

Photograph of American Infantrymen Racing across an Open Field to Reach a German Pillbox

Photograph of Major General Norman Cota Greeting General George C. Marshall

Photograph of Clerks of the 28th Infantry Division

Photograph of Infantrymen in Bastogne, Belgium

Photograph of American Soldiers from the 28th Division Band and Quartermaster Company Who Stayed and Fought Germans in Wilts, Belgium

Photograph of Men of the 82nd Airborne Division

Photograph of an Infantryman Going Out on a One-Man Sortie

Photograph of Members of the 101st Airborne Division as they Walk Past Dead Comrades

Photograph of Bomb Damage in Bastogne, Belgium

Photograph of an American Ambulance Waiting outside of a Bombed Building in Bastogne, Belgium

Photograph of Private First Class Margerum Walking through a Forest in Belgium

Photograph of Signs Left behind by U.S. Troops Occupying the Belgian Town of Malmedy before it was Retaken by Germans

Photograph of American Troops Pausing for a Rest

Photograph of Members of the 101st Airborne Division as they Move out of Bastogne, Belgium

Photographs of Third Army Infantrymen Moving Cautiously through the Streets of Moircy, Belgium

Photograph of American Infantrymen Entering the Town of St. Hubert, Belgium

Photograph of American Infantrymen Taking Their Positions

Photographs of American Infantrymen Near Amonines, Belgium

Photograph of Infantrymen in Beffe, Belgium

Photograph of American Soldiers of the 84th Division in Belgium

Photograph of a Patrol on the Outskirts of Beffe, Belgium

Photograph of Tanks of the 4th Armored Division

Looking Through Anti Aircraft Quick Sight

Anti Aircraft Locator Device M-7

Gun Crew of the Black Widow

Ground Site of Anti Aircraft Installation Near Bastogne

Photograph of Tanks of the 4th Armored Division

Photograph of a Burning Home Near Lmore, Belgium