Allied Forces in amphibious assaults, at Normandy, France, on D-Day during World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June 6 Duration:2 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
British forces in amphibious assault boats,at Normandy on D-Day, during World War 2. They fire at houses on the beach. American forces encountering German-placed obstacles and fire from pillboxes at Omaha Beach during their D-Day landings. They seek shelter under the Chalk Cliffs. Medics treating American wounded. In the British sector. Special Army engineers leave a landing craft first, followed by medics and troops. Securing the beachhead, the British troops move inland. A second wave of U.S. troops landing at Utah Beach, where German resistance was lighter. Landing craft from the USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13) carrying troops to Utah Beach. U.S. troops wading a long way to a Normandy beach. U.S. LCI(L)-537, discharging troop reinforcements. A landing craft (Higgins Boat) from the USS Thurston (AP-77) landing troops at Omaha Beach. Sherman tank equipped with deep wading gear and a bulldozer blade comes ashore at Utah Beach. U.S. Army Air Forces B-26 aircraft, in D-Day paint stripes, attacking ground targets.
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