'The Tanks Go In', Sword Beach (oil on canvas)
American general Omar Bradley on the c...
members of the French Partisan Snipers...
speech of General Charles de Gaulle in Bayeux june 14, 1944 a few days after the Allied ...
D-Day - The Assault, June 1944 (oil on canvas)
Fisher, Orville Norman (1911-98)
Preparation for the Normandy Landings (which will take place on June 6, 1944) in Slapton...
French general Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque greeted by americain officer on Utah Bea...
Overlord operation in Normandy, June 1944 : American equipment : LST (Landing Ship Tank)...
WAC French ambulance drivers (cross of Lorraine of their helmet) in a harbour in England...
Rouen harbour in Normandy (France) destroyed by bombardments, 1944
General Charles de Gaulle in Bayeux, N...
The French 2nd Armored Division landing in Normandy : Armored Divisions of the French Ar...
Flers town crier (Normandy, France) sp...
A few day after Normandy Landings, june 10, 1944 : english troops landing equipement fro...
American reinforcement troops arriving in Ruquet, near Omaha Beach (Colleville sur Mer),...
Operation Overlord, June 6, 1944, Normandy, France : Omaha Beach : blockhouse WN65 a few...
Allied bombings on Rouen, Normandy, France, may 1944
Two children watching an American Army...
American Photographer, (20th century)
Le jour le plus long
D-Day Landings, 1944 (litho) (b/w photo)
Whitaker, W.G (20th century)
American GI learning a French boy how to chew chewing-gum after the Liberation of Hambye...
Soldiers of the United States Army boa...
Debarquement de Normandie : Omaha Beach: Utah Beach two days after the D-Day invasion of...
D-Day Landing (litho) (b/w photo)
Turner, Charles Eddowes (1883-1965) (after)
A Catholic nun and two women with chil...
Commandant Philippe Kieffer (1899-1962...
View of bombs dropping from american Flying Fortress : Allied bombings on Rouen (Normand...
United States Army trucks, jeeps and o...
Lieutenant General George Patton et le...
american Sherman tanks after the battle in Avranches, Normandy, France for the liberatio...