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6 June Troops of the Canadian Infantry Division land at Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernières-sur-Mer on D-day. 5 May A view of the seafront and beach in Normandy today. 340 Canadian soldiers lost their lives in the battle for the beachhead. Ww2 History, World History, Military History, History Pics, D Day Beach, Juno Beach, Canadian Soldiers, Rare Historical Photos, Normandy Beach

6 June 1944: Troops of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division land at Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernières-sur-Mer on D-day. 5 May 2014: A view of the seafront and beach in Normandy today. 340 Canadian soldiers lost their lives in the battle for the beachhead.

 Canadian Guardians Examine a Panzer IV Destroyed During Allied Offensive, NORMANDY, 1944 and the same place today Ww2 History, History Images, Military History, Then And Now Photos, Foto Poster, Panzer Iv, Photo Dump, Days Of Future Past, Ww2 Photos

Putanges . carristi canadesi esaminano un Panzer IV distrutto durante l'offensiva alleata #NORMANDIA1944

Operation Neptune: After 14 months of planning, men are landed on the German-held beaches of Normandy… D-day graphic Ww2 History, History Facts, World History, Military History, World War Ii, D Day Normandy, Normandy Beach, Normandy Invasion, D Day Landings

D-Day, June 6 1944 - Operation Overlord

A pictorial review of the D-Day landing in Normandy, June 6, 1944.

Jeep ambulance of the Field Ambulance, Infantry Brigade, Canadian… Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Ambulance, Military Jeep, Willys Mb, Old Jeep, Army Vehicles, D Day, Us Army

Normandy 1944: Photographs - Ghosts from Normandy

D-day Normandy 44. Partie du site consacrée aux temoignages des veterans du debarquement de Normandie.

Canadian soldiers in a Landing Craft Assault (LCA) head for the beachhead from HMCS Prince Henry during the Allied D-Day landings (Operation Overlord) in Normandy. More than Canadian. Battle Of Normandy, D Day Normandy, Normandy Beach, Normandy Invasion, Normandy France, Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, British Army, British Soldier

D-Day - A Look at All 5 Beaches with Original Footage and Photos

76 years ago, in Northern France, one of the most essential operations of World War II took place. As a part of Operation Overlord, the Normandy landings

Troops of the Highland Division aboard a landing craft heading for Normandy, reading travel information booklets on France which they were issued before embarkation, of June 1944 (© IWM B Battle Of Normandy, Berlin, Guys Read, D Day Landings, Global Conflict, Landing Craft, Paris Travel Guide, British Soldier, British Army

ALLIED FORCES DURING THE NORMANDY LANDINGS JUNE 1944

Troops of 51st Highland Division aboard a landing craft heading for Normandy, reading booklets on France which they were issued before embarkation, 7 June 1944.

View of the town of Valognes, France, devastated by Allied bombing during the Cherbourg battle, 24 Jun note jeep 'Always Ruth' in foreground. (US National Archives) Jeep Willys, Mind Blowing Images, Normandy Beach, Normandy Ww2, Military Jeep, Military Uniforms, Military Vehicles, Canadian Soldiers, D Day Landings

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

On 6 June 1944, British, US and Canadian soldiers descended on Normandy, turning the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis.

Then and now: Scottish veterans remember D-Day landings - BBC News Prince William And Kate, William Kate, Castle Douglas, D Day Landings, Blackburn Rovers, Landing Craft, French People, Prisoners Of War, Fight For Us

Then and now: Veterans remember D-Day landings

Six Scottish D-Day veterans - all now in their 90s - recall the events in Normandy 75 years ago.

On June 1944 everything went horribly wrong when Allied troops landed on Omaha Beach as part of the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Battle Of Normandy, Normandy Invasion, Canadian Soldiers, American Soldiers, D Day Photos, Omaha Beach, 4th Infantry Division, D Day Invasion, Normandy Beach

D-Day landings: Powerful photos of Allied troops storming Normandy beaches in June 1944

On 6 June 1944, British, US and Canadian soldiers descended on Normandy, turning the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis.

Scenes From D-Day, Then and Now On June Allied soldiers descended on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day, an operation that turned the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis, marking. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, British Soldier, French Beach, History Taking, Then And Now Photos, Juno Beach, Normandy Beach, D Day Landings

Scenes From D-Day, Then and Now

Tomorrow, June 6, 2014, will be the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Allied invasion of Europe in World War II. Seven decades ago, the largest amphibious invasion in history took place, changing the course of the war. Nearly 200,000 Allied troops boarded 7,000 ships and more than 3,000 aircraft and headed toward Normandy. Some 156,000 troops landed on the French beaches, 24,000 by air and the rest by sea, where they met stiff resistance from well-defended German positions across 50 miles of…