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BHC 000470 US Infantrymen taking cover in St-Lo

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American infantrymen attacking St-Lo 'hit the dirt' on 86 Alley to avoid small arms sniper fire and an artillery barrage. 20 July 1944

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BHC 000471 US Infantrymen in St-Lo

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US Infantrymen move warily along a road in St-Lo, 21 July 1944

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BHC 000472 US MP resting in St-Lo

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Sgt Rex Potts of Washington, D.C., an MP, cathces a few welcome minutes of sleep inside the city limits of St-Lo after being under constant enemy fire for three days and nights, 19 July 1944

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BHC 000473 29th Infantry Division St-Lo

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Advance guard of US 29th Infantry Division entering St-Lo 20 July 1944

BHC 000473 29th Infantry Division St-Lo

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BHC 000474 US tank in St-Lo

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American tank lubers through the streets of St-Lo 20 July 1944

BHC 000474 US tank in St-Lo

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BHC 000475 US troops clearing snipers in St-Lo

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With the body of one of their victims on the ground before them, two members of a US Patrol advance to clean out other enemy snipers who are holding up an American advance in the St-Lo sector of France ...

BHC 000475 US troops clearing snipers in St-Lo

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BHC 000476 US truck destroyed in St-Lo

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An American truck, struck by artillery fire, blazes on the road to St-Loas the first line troops move on to the city 20 July 1944

BHC 000476 US truck destroyed in St-Lo

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BHC 000477 German soldier surrenders at St-Lo

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German soldier carrying a white flag surrenders to American troops on the outskirts of St-Lo. American infantrymen in the ditches at the right cover movements of first line troops pursuing fleeing Germans, ...

BHC 000477 German soldier surrenders at St-Lo

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BHC 000478 US Armoured vehicle St-Lo

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An American armoured vehicle blasts Germans fleeing St-Lo and moves into the city in the face of concentrated artillery fire. The intensity of the battery can be seen in the empty shell casings tossed ...

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BHC 000479 US machine gunner St-Lo

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Hidden behnd a hedgerow on the outskirts of St-Lo where American troops are engaged in a fierce offensive to win the German stronghold, a US infantryman wields a light machine gun against infiltrated German ...

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BHC 000480 A US Patrol St-Lo

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A US patrol picks its way through the blasted ruins of St Lo France towards the Notre Dame Cathedral to rid the town of any possible German Artilery spotters who might still be there 25 July 1944

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BHC 000481 US Medics St-Lo

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US medics in a jeep pass tanks awaiting orders to move into the front line Northwest of St-Lo in the drive designed to spring the trap on large masses of German troops (3rd Bn, 8th Inf Regt, 4th Inf Div) ...

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BHC 000482 Engineers in St-Lo

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US Engineers clear the street sin St-Lo to allow Fresh equipment and men to move forward 28 July 1944

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BHC 000483 Infantry patrol St-Lo

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Infantry patrol hugs the hedge row by lane in St-Lo as German artillery shells burst overhead. Germans were using time fire from gun replacements south of the city 23 July 1944

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BHC 000484 Dead German infanty in St-Lo

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An American infantryman advances past a dead German towards the wrecked church in St-Lo 23 July 1944

BHC 000484 Dead German infanty in St-Lo

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BHC 000485 US support troops St-Lo

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US infantry move to support those troops already engaged in St-Lo 24 July 1944

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BHC 000486 29th Infantry Division St-Lo

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Vehicles of the US 29th Infantry Division move through St-Lo 29 July 1944

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BHC 000487 First Cafe in St-Lo

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First cafe in St-Lo opened by Cpl EL Martin, Martinsville VA, with onlookers 2Lt Samspreff, Baltimore MD, Capt RE Mcdonough Boston, Mass, (Cpl Martin's CO), Martin, PFC Burton C Rogers Washington DC, Pvt ...

BHC 000487 First Cafe in St-Lo

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BHC 000488 House to House fighting in St-Lo

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House to house fightng in St Malo finds these infantrymen drawing beads on sniper positions which delayed the Allied occupation of the city for several hours 8 August 1944

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BHC 000489 Pillbox St-Lo

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Overhead view of a Pillbox in St-lo 17 November 1944

BHC 000489 Pillbox St-Lo

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