U.S. reinforcements coming ashore at Normandy after D-Day, during World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June 7 Duration:1 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. reinforcements seen arriving on beachhead at Normandy, the day after D-Day, during World War 2. A six-wheeled amphibious truck (DUKW), with U.S. troops aboard, moves across sand of Normandy beachhead. Soldiers and vehicles make their way across the sand. Landing Craft Utility, number 851 is beached. CTU 380 is painted on her side. A heavy mobile crane moves on the beach nearby. U.S. troops march ashore, past a large triangle sign posted in the sand. Various landing craft seen in background. Jeeps move along with the troops, including one in which a Colonel is seen standing.
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