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We have seen these before! 35 mind blowing images of D-Day! - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/seen-35-mind-blowing-images-d-day.html

US Airborne glider pilots aboard an LCVP ((Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel) on their way from the Normandy beaches to a transport to take them back to England, June 1944

Un GMC CCKW 353 6 x 6 camion 2½ dans un LCM(3). A GMC CCKW 353 6x6 2½ ton truck in an LCM(3).

Un GMC CCKW 353 6 x 6 camion 2½ dans un LCM(3). A GMC CCKW 353 6x6 2½ ton truck in an LCM(3).

Battle of the Bulge - New Year's Day, snow & frost-covered Browning .30 caliber LMG,  in position near Sourbrodt, Belgium, Jan 1, 1945

Battle of the Bulge: Snow & frost-covered Browning caliber LMG, In position near Sourbrodt, Belgium, Jan 1944

German soldiers surrender to troops of the US 104th Infantry Division near Inden, Germany. November/December 1944.

German soldiers surrender to troops of the US Infantry Division near Inden, Germany, March POW nearer to the camera decides to peek at the photographer.

A group of German infantry takes shelter behind a wall during heavy street fighting in Stalingrad. Notice the the German infantry squad was built around their machine guns.

"What's your hurry? War wont be over till January" (Italy, 1944)  Margaret Bourke-White—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

"What's your hurry? War won't be over till January" (Italy, Margaret Bourke-White—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

German prisoners of war in a barbed-wire enclosure on Utah Beach Normandy 6 June 1944.

German prisoners of war in a barbed-wire enclosure on Utah Beach Normandy 6 June 1944.

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