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The crew of an M4 Sherman in Avranches, Normandy

Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images An American tank crew takes a breather on the way through the town of Avranches, Normandy, summer 1944

Normandy wedding in the middle of the war

Normandy wedding in the middle of the war found photo bride dress street scene

Trucks of the 1st Infantry Division of the United States Army are loaded into a Landing Ship Tank (LST) in Dorset, United Kingdom, on June 5th, 1944. The LST forms part of Group 30 of the LST Flotilla. The 1st Division was one of the two divisions that stormed Omaha Beach in Normandy, France on D-Day suffering high casualties. It secured Formigny and Caumont in the beachhead. (AFP PHOTO/Getty Images)

Trucks of the Infantry Division of the United States Army are loaded into a Landing Ship Tank (LST) in Dorset, United Kingdom, on June 1944

Caen 1944

July soldiers Bernard Hoo, John MacCouville and JR Kostick belonging to the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, Brigade, Canadian Infantry Division, before the panel of the west entrance to Caen.

Troops from 3rd Division, some with bicycles, move inland from Queen beach, SWORD Area

B Troops from Division some with bicycles move inland from Queen beach Sword Area 6 June

Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images  The scene that greeted Allied troops throughout France in the weeks and months after Normandy

In the wake of World War II's D-Day invasion, French townspeople wave at arriving Allied forces, Normandy, France, 1944

Photojournalism 3 I liked this picture because the background is completely covered by fog, and the soldiers are all running towards it as if saying they are going into something they don't really know for certain.

PHOTOJOURNALISM AND MEDIA EFFECTS

Iconic photography of of troops landing on the beaches, captured the fighting and showed what the reality was for the people.

Omaha Beach, one of the few pics from D-Day invasion initial wave that remain.

American infantry struggle ashore on Omaha Beach, D-Day June Looks straight out of "Saving Private Ryan"

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