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John C USA

September 2012

 The battery at Longues-sur-Mer. These guns were knocked out by Navy shelling during the D-Day invasion. , John C - September 2012

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The battery at Longues-sur-Mer. These guns were knocked out by Navy shelling during the D-Day invasion.

John C USA

September 2012

 The battery at Longues-sur-Mer. It was composed of four guns of 152 mm calibre, capable of firing shells to a maximum range of 15 miles, allowing them to reach not only Omaha Beach, 8 miles to the ... , John C - September 2012

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The battery at Longues-sur-Mer. It was composed of four guns of 152 mm calibre, capable of firing shells to a maximum range of 15 miles, allowing them to reach not only Omaha Beach, 8 miles to the west, but also the British landing zone of Gold Beach, 5 miles to the east.

John C USA

September 2012

 The serene nature paths of the cemetery which offer a moment to reflect upon this hallowed place. , John C - September 2012

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The serene nature paths of the cemetery which offer a moment to reflect upon this hallowed place.

John C USA

September 2012

 General Mark Clarks statement on the purpose of the American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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General Mark Clarks statement on the purpose of the American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 A view of a portion of The Wall of the Missing, the panels of which contain over 1,500 names. , John C - September 2012

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A view of a portion of The Wall of the Missing, the panels of which contain over 1,500 names.

John C USA

September 2012

 A plaque containing names of personnel on the Wall of the Missing whose remains were later found and interred in the US or the American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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A plaque containing names of personnel on the Wall of the Missing whose remains were later found and interred in the US or the American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 The Wall of the Missing. Military personnel whose bodies or remains were never recovered for burial. , John C - September 2012

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The Wall of the Missing. Military personnel whose bodies or remains were never recovered for burial.

John C USA

September 2012

 The flag waves over the field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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The flag waves over the field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 The reflection pool looking back toward "The Sprit of American Youth Rising from the Waves" at the American Cemetery. , John C - September 2012

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The reflection pool looking back toward "The Sprit of
American Youth Rising from the Waves" at the American Cemetery.

John C USA

September 2012

 Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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Field of crosses ... American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 The trail to Omaha Beach from the bluff at the edge of the American Cemetery at Normandy. , John C - September 2012

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The trail to Omaha Beach from the bluff at the edge of the American Cemetery at Normandy.

John C USA

September 2012

 "The Sprit of American Youth Rising from the Waves" ... a memorial to the brave soldiers who gave their lives in the D-Day invasion to begin the liberation of France and Europe , John C - September 2012

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"The Sprit of American Youth Rising from the Waves" ... a memorial to the brave soldiers who gave their lives in the D-Day invasion to begin the liberation of France and Europe

John C USA

September 2012

 A WWII Sherman tank and one of the hundreds of German obstacles that littered Omaha Beach, making it virtually inaccessable to US landing craft. , John C - September 2012

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A WWII Sherman tank and one of the hundreds of German obstacles that littered Omaha Beach, making it virtually inaccessable to US landing craft.

John C USA

September 2012

 A monument stone commemorating the temporary cemetery for US GI's at Omaha Beach. These soldiers were either moved to the American Cemetery at Normandy or repatriated to the US for burial. , John C - September 2012

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A monument stone commemorating the temporary cemetery for US GI's at Omaha Beach. These soldiers were either moved to the American Cemetery at Normandy or repatriated to the US for burial.

John C USA

September 2012

 Omaha Beach. The serene vacation site of today belies the carnage of D-Day. , John C - September 2012

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Omaha Beach. The serene vacation site of today belies the carnage of D-Day.

John C USA

September 2012

 German cannon base at Pointe du Hoc. , John C - September 2012

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German cannon base at Pointe du Hoc.

John C USA

September 2012

 A Bayonette Memorial Monument to the Rangers who lost their lives in the invasion of Pointe du Hoc. Over 180 brave soldiers lost their lives in taking and holding Pointe du Hoc over a 2 day period. , John C - September 2012

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A Bayonette Memorial Monument to the Rangers who lost their lives in the invasion of Pointe du Hoc. Over 180 brave soldiers lost their lives in taking and holding Pointe du Hoc over a 2 day period.

John C USA

September 2012

 The cliffs of Utah Beach, scaled by the US Rangers on D-Day. , John C - September 2012

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The cliffs of Utah Beach, scaled by the US Rangers on D-Day.

John C USA

September 2012

 Bunker with charred timbers from Alied flame thrower attacks during D-Day invasion. , John C - September 2012

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Bunker with charred timbers from Alied flame thrower attacks during D-Day invasion.

John C USA

September 2012

 Herman cannon bunber at Pointe du Hoc. , John C - September 2012

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Herman cannon bunber at Pointe du Hoc.

John C USA

September 2012

 The pock marked landscape of Pointe du Hoc, following the bombardment and shelling of the US military, leading up to the D-Day invasion. , John C - September 2012

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The pock marked landscape of Pointe du Hoc, following the bombardment and shelling of the US military, leading up to the D-Day invasion.

John C USA

September 2012

 German cannon bunker at Pointe du Hoc, overlooking Utah Beach. , John C - September 2012

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German cannon bunker at Pointe du Hoc, overlooking Utah Beach.

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