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American military convoy moving through SaintL France Jul 1944

American military convoy moving through SaintL France Jul 1944

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American military convoy moving through Saint-Lô, France, Jul 1944

[Photo] US Army soldiers and jeeps on their way to the front lines, Saint-Lô, France, Jul 1944

[Photo] Convoy of US CCKW 2 transport trucks moving inland after heavy equipment cleared the road, Normandy, France, note Jeeps and heavy earth moving ...

American military convoy moving through Saint-Lô, France, July 1944. See more. German motorcyclists pass through a destroyed town in France in 1940.

On July 19, 1944, an American tank M5A1 Co D, 747th Tank Bn advanced towards the intersection of Switch extends into the street littered with debris ...

A U.S. convoy moving through a liberated town

GMC truck loaded with US troops of the 4th Infantry Division move up to the front

American troops moving through Carentan in June 1944

A U.S. tank moves up to front in Brehal (France) Summer 1944 - Stock

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This German convoy ran into a US ambush near the French town of Chambois in July

Motor convoy of the 11th Evacuation Hospital on the move to St. Amour, where a night bivouac was set up on September 10-11, 1944.

American M10 Wolverine tank destroyer firing near St. Lo, France, July 1944

7.5 cm PaK.40/3 auf Pz.Kpfw.38(t)

American convey moves past civilians in Carentan in June 1944

Truck wrecked in an accident at Fort Benning, Georgia on 7 July 1944

British soldiers Moving Into The French Countryside, source & location unknown (Jamie Wiseman /REX)

Truck crews gather around a truck that is part of a convoy on a desert road, North Africa (probably), 1942-43

American military convoy moving through Saint-Lô, 16 July 1944. See more. XIX_CORPS_PHOTOGRAPHS_FRANCE_1944-1945

Medical Battalion, US Infantry Division in La Haye du Puits, Normandy, France July 1944 (Note the Medic's cigar)

German Mark V tank moves into U.S. lines in France (summer 1944) - Stock

SAINT-QUENTIN, FRANCE-JULY 14, 2015: American military vehicle of the

Truck repair by the 548th Ordnance Heavy Maintenance Company at Hunter Liggett Military Reservation on 24 March 1944

Near the French town of Le Muy, American paratroopers of the 509th Parachute Infantry Battalion

American troops approaching Omaha Beach

Truck convoy along city street in Germany in 1945

Sherman tanks of the Staffordshire Yeomanry, 27th Armoured Brigade, carrying infantry from 3rd Division

U.S. tank firing in Saint Lo, France, July 1944. The Norman town strategically

World War II reenactors drive through the town of St. Mere Eglise, France,

Free French armoured car "Joseph Camaret II" used during the Liberation of La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime (atlantic coast of France) in 1945.

German wreckage in new U.S offensive (West of Saint-Lô, France) July

Cyclist and vehicles moving through remains of St. Lo, France after the breakthrough by US troops, 1945

One of the victims of a V2 that struck Teniers Square, Antwerp, Belgium on 27 November 1944. A British military convoy was passing through the square at the ...

Parisians cheer tankists of the 2e Division Blindée as they enter Paris, August 24 1944

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Truck convoy moving through "remains of St. Lo, France after the breakthrough by US troops." Saint-L, France. 1945.

Following a virtually uncontested landing on the southern coast of France on August 15, 1944

Newsreel of American forces invading the Philippine islands, 1944.

Allied establishment in France. The build-up of Omaha Beach: 2nd Infantry Division troops and equipment moving inland

Soldiers of an anti-tank unit entering Saint-Lô in Normandy, France, on 19 July

Badly damaged German tank

Hustling off the beach on the morning of August 15, 1944, American soldiers have

Vintage photo illustrating patients coming in by 3/4-ton ambulance. Photo taken

Germany prisoners marhed through streets of Cherbourg, France

A French Army US-built Sherman tank lands on a Normandy beach from USS LST-517, 2 August 1944.

Convoy 23 August through the countryside around Malemort and Blauvac

'File Number: 252624 June 20, 1944 Old Glory Goes Ashore in France National Ensigns fly proudly as a... American soldiers ...

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The beginning of the Battle of Leyte, 20 October 1944.

During Operation Cobra, M4A1(75) Shermans from the 30th Infantry Division pass a destroyed Panzer IV H from the 2nd SS Panzer Division "Das Reich".

Mike Halik and the Stoys with the Italian re-enactors in Aix en Provence

Captured German soldiers shelter with US soldiers at St. Lo July 1944

A Sherman M4 of the 12th regiment of Chasseurs d'Afrique of the 2nd Armoured

Two American soldiers viewing an LST [Landing ship tank] from another ship. "Southern France." Circa 1944

A Sherman tank convoy in the Leclerc Division. Photo: Basse-Normandie Regional Council / National Archives USA

American soldiers celebrate with French civilians in Saint-Lô.

Canadian soldiers land on Courseulles beach in Normandy, on June 6, 1944 as Allied

The official ceremony on July 14, 1944, before the mayor of Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte. Note the presence: of veterans, allied officers, a French commander, ...

American soldiers in a tank in front of Notre Dame in Paris, France during the

Exhausted from their rapid advance inland from the Normandy beachhead, U.S. soldiers relax for a

Pictured: The travelling convoy set off from Portsmouth on Sunday in an event organised by

Picture illustrating one of the piers of the Omaha Beach Artificial Harbor taken some time around

US Troops Marching in Saint-Lô

American reinforcements invade the coast of France at Normandy in June 1944

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A convoy travels through Falaise, France, Aug. 17, 1944. [PHOTO

Aug. 15 – Continuing the process of getting settled. Everything taking shape again. Allied landing in southern of France today.

LCI(L) Convoy crossing English Channel on D-Day

Photo: Harold Palmer American soldier checking inside a disabled German tank

An artillery unit bound for Normandy

American tank destroyers move forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead near Werbomont, Belgium, 20 December 1944.

Members of the 1st Ranger Battalion guard a captured gun position in Algeria. The Rangers

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"American armored and infantry forces pass through the battered town of Coutances, France, in the new offensive against the Nazis," July 1944 (source)

... 11th Evacuation Hospital convoy on the road to Besançon, en route for their hospital site at Aissey, where the organization opened September 11, 1944.

Aerial view of an unidentified Field Hospital set up in the Cotentin Peninsula, France. Geneva Convention ground marker and air recognition markers are ...

45th Infantry Division troops load up at Bagnoli, Italy, August 1944.

"German forces surrendering in Saint-Lambert-sur-Dive," August 21, 1944 (source)

“Triumph in France,” Pathé Gazette newsreel of Allied forces liberating French towns from

British troops moving up to the line during fighting in the Odon valley in Normandy,

U.S. Landing crafts loaded with soldiers moving toward the Normandy beaches on June 7, 1944

military photograph Clearing debris in Isigny, France, 11 July 1944.

French crew on the background of the tank Sherman M4A2 (76) W of the