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Omaha Beach

Omaha Beach is the code name for one of the five sectors of the Allied invasion of German-occupied France in the Normandy landings on 6 June 1944, during World War II. Landings here were necessary in order to link up the British landings to the east at Gold Beach with the American landing to the west at Utah Beach, thus providing a continuous lodgement on the Normandy coast of the Bay of the Seine. Taking Omaha was to be the responsibility of United States Army troops, with sea transport provided by the U.S. Navy and elements of the Royal Navy.

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BHC 000800 US troops attend mass on Omaha Beach

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American soldiers and civilians gathered during a mass on Omaha Beach for the first US cemetery on Omaha Beach in the town of Vierville sur Mer, between the beach and the cliff near the villa Philippe ...

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BHC 000801 German prisoners digging graves on Omaha Beach

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German prisoners digging graves on the site of the provisional second cemetery (established in 1944) on the cliff at Colleville-sur-mer in eastern Ruquet. This cemetery was a little west of present cemetery, ...

BHC 000801 German prisoners digging graves on Omaha Beach

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BHC 000802 US troops pinned down on Omaha Beach

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Smoke being laid down on the hills near Omaha Beach. A group of American soldiers are held against a sandy slope probably between Colleville and Ruquet, in the afternoon of  June 6, 1944 Image 3143 ...

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BHC 001039 German prisoners Omaha Beach

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German Prisoners - PFC Bill Heath (left) Erie, Pa, searches a German prisoner on a beachhead in France. From here the prisoners will be sent back to England where they will be interned. June 10 1944 Omaha ...

BHC 001039 German prisoners Omaha Beach

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BHC 001040 Russian Prisoners Omaha Beach

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A group of Russian soldiers led by Pv Dmitri Blakin arrives back of the Allied lines from a point in Russia near Smolensk where they were conscripted by the Germans. They first killed their German non ...

BHC 001040 Russian Prisoners Omaha Beach

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BHC 001044 German Prisoners Omaha Beach

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German prisoners under guard march to the interrogation area on the coast of France 7 June 1944 31 x 25 cm (3684 x 3004 px) @ 300DPI

BHC 001044 German Prisoners Omaha Beach

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BHC 001045 German Prisoners Omaha Beach

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American soldiers march a group of German Prisoners along a beachhead in Northern France after which they will be sent to England 6 June 1944 31 x 25 cm (3688 x 3004 px) @ 300 DPI

BHC 001045 German Prisoners Omaha Beach

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BHC 001046 German Prisoners Omaha Beach

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German troops and laborers working under Hitlers orders are rounded up by two American soldiers one of whom carries on despite an injury to his neck and jaw. The soldier in the center apparently is taking ...

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BHC 001048 Ukranian Prisoners Omaha Beach

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Here Gergians from the Ukraine now prisoners of war somewhere along the coast of France happily wait to be sent to a prison camp in England 8 June 1944 14 x 11 cm (1709 x 1356 px) @ 300 DPI

BHC 001048 Ukranian Prisoners Omaha Beach

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BHC 001049 German Prisoners Omaha Beach

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Grinning broadly, Captured German soldiers on the beach of France find that the US Army K rations are not as bad as the GI's say. The war over for them now, they are awaiting shipment from the beachhead ...

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BHC 040001 Vast numbers of troops leave their DUWKs

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Vast numbers of troops leave their DUWKs and other landing craft onto the continent at Omaha Beach, France. Soldiers on the left are ready to jump into the surf, believed taken on June 7

BHC 040001 Vast numbers of troops leave their DUWKs

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BHC 040002 LST's unload at low tide

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LST's unload at low tide at one time (28 June 1944) on D Day plus. The beach is well established at this time, new roads are in place and the only real danger at this time was from infrequent air attacks ...

BHC 040002 LST's unload at low tide

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BHC 040003 American Vehicles inluding trucks DUKWs and small landing craft on Omaha Beach

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American Vehicles inluding trucks, DUKWs and small landing craft on Omaha Beach The remains of a dmamaged house in the centre background indicate the force of the bombing in this area.

BHC 040003 American Vehicles inluding trucks DUKWs and small landing craft on Omaha Beach

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BHC 040003 American Vehicles inluding trucks DUKWs and small landing craft on Omaha Beach

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American Vehicles inluding trucks, DUKWs and small landing craft on Omaha Beach The remains of a dmamaged house in the centre background indicate the force of the bombing in this area.

BHC 040003 American Vehicles inluding trucks DUKWs and small landing craft on Omaha Beach

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BHC 040004 American assault troops from the 29th Division Omaha

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American assault troops (believed to be from the 29th Division) , who have gained the comparative safety of a chalk cliff, after storming the beachead, take a rest before starting into the interior of ...

BHC 040004 American assault troops from the 29th Division Omaha

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BHC 040005 Survivors of a sunken LCVP off the coast come safely ashore in a rubber life raft at Omaha Beach on 6 June 1944

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Survivors of a sunken LCVP off the coast come safely ashore in a rubber life raft, at Omaha Beach on 6 June 1944

BHC 040005 Survivors of a sunken LCVP off the coast come safely ashore in a rubber life raft at Omaha Beach on 6 June 1944

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BHC 040006 American equipment on Omaha Beach June 1944

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American equipment as far as the eye can see, these trucks, DUKWs, bull-dozers, and jeeps aid troops in establishing the beachhead won in the initial assault. Telephone poles and lines, strung by Signal ...

BHC 040006 American equipment on Omaha Beach June 1944

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BHC 040007 An American tank moves from the gaping jaws of an assault craft

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An American tank moves from the gaping jaws of an assault craft onto the beachhead won early on D Day. A continous flow of these vehicles supoprt the land troops moving onto the continent, Omaha Beach ...

BHC 040007 An American tank moves from the gaping jaws of an assault craft

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BHC 040008 Infantrymen on Omaha Beach near Colleville sur Mer

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On a narrow strip of beach on the northern coast of France, American assault troops, protected from enemy fire by chalk cliffs at the extreme left, assemble before moving into the interior of the continent. ...

BHC 040008 Infantrymen on Omaha Beach near Colleville sur Mer

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BHC 040009 American assault troops carrying full equipment move onto Omaha Beach

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American assault troops, carrying full equipment, move onto Omaha Beach with landing craft in the background. Taken 6 June 1944

BHC 040009 American assault troops carrying full equipment move onto Omaha Beach

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