Love these sort of pictures, lots of emotions going on here with the Germans & US sailors/soldiers 6th & 7 th picture down...I bet the Germans are thinking there is no way we can win with the sheer volume of men on this ship alone!!! thanks for posting Terry.
Nice pics. Where are these from ?
Most if not all, seem to have been taken 6 or 7 hours or so after
the initial landings - too many men loitering on deck.........
Nice of them to share this photographic history.........!
Have you seen these POW's with french civilians caps,if i'm correct?
Were they about to disappear in the great french mess?Or are they civilians?
Visitation to the Battleship Texas has been closed indefinitely due to leaks.
Check out 6 degree list, picture taken today:
Our Texas lawmakers need to get that dry dock plan approved before it sinks and has to be scrapped in place.
What a beautiful battleship. Shame to see her listing like that.
I hope the old gal gets the attention she needs.........
Good Grief-how was it allowed to deteriorate to that state?
Here are some photos I took back then.
Bless The Old Girl, and come on Texas State, pull your finger out. Git R Done!
My pic 4 looks like it was taken close to where pic 5 was on the D-Day photos.
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