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What the Beaches of Normandy Look Like, Then and Now

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    I've seen these kinds of things come up however this photographer really nailed the correct perspective and focal length on these.

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    Superbly presented. Thanks for the link.
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    A French armored column liberates Sainte-Mère-Église. ?
    French tanks of Leclerc came later....1 th of august.
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    Great pictures.

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    for contribute something
    these were the "big" unique bunkers I saw in omaha beach
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    MG position
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    Mortars position
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    I did not see these (private ryan film)
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    the closest thing was this observation post for artillery located at longues-sur-mer, in front a cliff no overlooking the beach
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    additional information
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    Quote by lebus12 View Post
    A French armored column liberates Sainte-Mère-Église. ?
    French tanks of Leclerc came later....1 th of august.
    The June 14, 1944 The Combattante shortstop of Free French Naval Forces, arrives at the Normandy coast with General de Gaulle aboard accompanied by a dozen partners, such as general Bethouard and Koenig, Admiral Thierry d'Argenlieu Gaston Palewski or Hettier of Boislambert ...
    Is he, with a tank borrowed????
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    thanks really good link makes you think

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    Wow I could look at pictures like this for hours, thanks for the link!!!!

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