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Omaha Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of a Higgins Boat on Omaha Beach. These were made of wood from a factory in New Orleans!

Omaha Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of a Higgins Boat on Omaha Beach. These were made of wood from a factory in New Orleans!

Confused about what actually happened on 6 June 1944? Here are the 10 things you need to know about D-Day.

Troops of the US Corps wading ashore on UTAH Beach. Note the identifying bands worn on the left sleeve Infantry Division

Fotografii cu Plaja din Statiunea Mamaia:

Fotografii cu Plaja din Statiunea Mamaia:

The wait aboard the LCI (L) -326 for the men of the 90th US Infantry Division en route to Utah.Beach the 90th landed in the 6 to 8 June 1944

US Infantry Division en route to Utah Beach, side by side with Omaha Beach

111th Naval Construction Battalion Landing at Omaha Beach D-Day Normandy 1944. LCT-562 and USS LST-502 in the background

Naval Construction Battalion Landing at Omaha Beach D-Day Normandy and USS in the background

D-Day: The Normandy Invasion. Soldiers in cargo vehicles move onto a beach in Normandy during the Allied Invasion of Europe, D-Day, June 6, 1944. After fierce fighting, the Allies established a foothold in northern France.

Battle of Normandy, June On D-Day, Operation Overlord launches the invasion of German-occupied western Europe. Tank landing ships unload supplies on Omaha Beach, building up for the breakout from Normandy.

Company Makes CO2 Into Liquid Fuel, with Help from a Volcano - An Icelandic company figures out how to make methanol from waste CO2, but the economics may not work without a nearby volcano.

Recycling Carbon Dioxide with Volcanic Heat

An Icelandic company figures out how to make methanol from waste carbon dioxide, but the economics may not work without a nearby volcano.

Original snapshot photo of American smoking pipe and sitting on wreckage on Omaha Beach on or shortly after D-Day, Normandy, France, early June 1944. You can see lots of ships in the distance in the Channel.

Original Snapshot Photo GI on WRECKAGE w/ SHIPS Omaha Beach D-Day Normandy 1944

Original snapshot photo of American smoking pipe and sitting on wreckage on Omaha Beach on or shortly after D-Day, Normandy, France, early June You can see lots of ships in the distance in the Channel.

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