A wrecked D-Day landing craft in heavy surf and soldiers aided to shore by rope line and raft in France during World War II
Normandy France Date:1944, June 6 Duration:1 min 9 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Army 5th Engineering Battalion soldiers on D-Day rescued from a wrecked landing craft during World War II Invasion of France (landings in Normandy France). A wrecked landing craft in heavy surf off Omaha Beach. The U.S. soldiers rescued from water after wreckage of the landing craft. The soldiers are aided to shore by rope line. A rescued soldier being helped by other soldiers. Another group of soldiers aids a rubber raft to shore. The rescued soldiers on the raft. The rescued soldiers carried by other soldiers onto shore. A soldier talks to one of the rescued as the victim lays on the beach trying to recover.
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