Allied amphibious force assembling in England, prior to D-Day invasion of Normandy, in World War II
England Date:1944, June 4 Duration:1 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Allied amphibious forces assembling in Weymouth Harbor and Portland Harbor, England, in preparation for the invasion of Normandy, France during World War 2. U.S. Army halftrack backing onto a Landing Craft Tank ( LCT), alongside Stone pier, Castletown, Portland, England. Closeup of a young soldier silhouetted against sky during loading operations. A soldier looking from his ship at the transport ship USS Barnett (AP-11) anchored nearby. Higgins boat shuttling away from the USS Barnett. Several of her Higgins boats are tied alongside, and one is on a hoist. View of the Submarine Chaser, USS PC-617, tied up alongside the Barnett. Scene shifts to portside view of the USS Dorothea L. Dix (AP-67) at anchor. View from the water, of LCLs(L)540 and 542 docked next to each other. U.S. Landing Craft Tank LC(T)-636, along with others moored to buoys. U.S. Landing ships Tank (LSTs 300 and 350) are seen anchored next to one another. Closeup of LST-134 with Higgins boats nearby. Landing Craft Tank-157 with barge tied up aside, full of trucks, DUKWs, a tractor, and other cargo. Closeup of LCT-213 underway past the camera boat.
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