Allied paratroopers drop and soldiers make an amphibious landing at a beach in Normandy, France during D-Day of World War II.
Normandy France Date:1944, June 6 Duration:2 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied invasion of Normandy, France on D-Day during World War II. Allied transport aircraft take off from England. The aircraft in formation flight as bombs are dropped. Bombs impact and billows of smoke rise up. The transport aircraft in formation flight as paratroopers jump. The paratrooper forces descend. An Allied Destroyer fires at a beach of Normandy France. An 8 inch gun fires at the beach. Allied troops transfer from a ship into an LCM ( Landing Craft Mechanized). Hospital medics in a landing craft. A cruiser fires at the coast. Allied soldiers disembark down a landing net into a landing craft. Troops aboard an LCM. A cruiser fires at the Normandy beach. An LCVP (Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel) loaded with troops underway towards the beach. A battleship fires at the beach. LCVPs near the beach. A heavy cruiser fires at the beach. Hits being made on the beach and explosions occur. The troops disembark into surf and wade through it to land at Normandy. An LCU ( Landing Craft Utility ) underway in the English Channel. An LCI ( Landing Craft Infantry) underway at sea. An officer hollers into a megaphone from the bridge of a ship. The LCU and the LCI underway at sea. Men on the open bridge of a ship.
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