Scenes of Omaha Beach following the invasion of Normandy, during World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June Duration:1 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A Landing Craft Infantry LCI(L) seen beached, sideways, on the shore at near the E-1 Draw of Omaha Beach, during resupply operations following the Normandy invasion in World War 2. A bluff rises close to shore in the background, leaving a narrow shoreline and narrow path (draw) through the bluffs. Camera shows Landing Ship Tank (LST), number 281, near the shore with troops on her deck. U.S. troops are seen walking along the shoreline past wreckage of landing craft and their cargoes. Two Amphibious vehicles (DukWs) move from the shore into the water, past the beached hulk of LCI number 434. They appear to be headed toward LST 281, which is shown again.
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