A breakwater made up of sunken ships at Normandy, France as barrage balloons fly overhead during World War II..
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied fleet underway in the Atlantic Ocean towards Normandy, France during World War II. A man picks up a shrapnel out of an ammunition ready box. He examines the piece of shrapnel and one of the holes made in the ready box by the shrapnel. A port hole in the conning tower of an Landing Craft Infantry (LCI) as a piece of shrapnel lies on it. An LCVP ( Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel) tries to tow a British landing craft that has been turned upside down. A transport ship in the background. The breakwater at Normandy beach made up of sunken ships. Barrage balloons fly in the sky. A broken LCVP. Two LCTs ( Landing Craft Tank ) beached in the background.
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