Allied soldiers make an amphibious landing at a beach in Normandy, France on D-Day during World War II.
Normandy France Date:1944, June 6 Duration:2 min 21 sec Sound:NO SOUND
D-Day operations during Allied invasion of Normandy, France during World War II. Allied troops disembark from an LCI ( Landing Craft Infantry) at Normandy beach. A man on a megaphone up on the bridge of a ship. Troops wade through surf to land at the beach. Bullets hit the water around the soldiers as they continue to unload from the LCI. LST ( Landing Ship Tank) -282 at the beach. Vehicles move along the beach. A U.S. Army 6X truck burns on the beach. The LCI ties up to the side of a transport. Allied troops disembark from the transport to the LCI along side. Vehicles off load from the LST to a smaller craft. A barge loaded with supplies heads towards the beach. The troops loaded in the LCU ( Landing Craft Utility) as it nears the beach. An officer talks over a phone next to a jeep. Vehicles leave the LCU into water with a beach in the background. The troops walk over the beach. Amphibious jeeps move through the surf. A 6X truck moves through the surf towards the beach. An amphibious jeep moves over a beach. German prisoners with their hands behind their heads. A barbed wire fence in the foreground. Prisoners duck downwards to escape an air raid.
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