U.S. reinforcements and supplies arriving at Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy in World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army troop reinforcements arriving at Utah Beachhead and moving inland, during invasion of Normandy, France, in World War 2. (They are moving along a gradual rise overlooking the beach, that appears to be near Colleville Sur Mer, coordinates WN-62.) U.S. LST-281 discharging cargo of Army vehicles, including trucks and halftracks. A DUKW amphibious vehicle driving out of the surf. Sherman M4 tanks with deep wading kits; one named, "Goldie." Troops unload supplies from a beached Rhino Barge. More landing craft approaching the beach. Coast Guardsmen manning antiaircraft guns. Barrage balloons aloft. Antiaircraft guns firing, at night,from the beachhead, at German bombers, overhead.
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