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The Cherbourg story : Cherbourg, the first major Continental port liberated by the Allies, opitomized the pattern of engineering skill which military salvage experts have used to restore Tripoli, Bizerte, Palerme and Naples and make them booming supply centers feeding war material to the Allied advances against the Nazis. For two years, U.S. and British Navy and Army engineers studied photographs and data on Cherbourg and prepared their plans and equipment in England. As soon as the port was liberated June 27, 1944 three weeks after "D-Day" they arrived with scores of ships loaded with special equipmet. They surveyed the damage done by retreating Germans, found their plans correct. Engineering crews were sped to selected tasks and began the work of reconstructing harbor facilities, repairing rail lines and putting the port to use. In 30 days, Cherbourg was handling more tonnage than it ever had in peacetime. These pictures, many of which have just been released by the censors, show how it was done = [Réparation de la voie ferrée].

13 Num 5542 , 1944  
chemin de fer ; travaux de restauration ; génie militaire , Document iconographique , Document iconographique
Contexte :
France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg
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The Cherbourg story : Cherbourg, the first major Continental port liberated by the Allies, opitomized the pattern of engineering skill which military salvage experts have used to restore Tripoli, Bizerte, Palerme and Naples and make them booming supply centers feeding war material to the Allied advances against the Nazis. For two years, U.S. and British Navy and Army engineers studied photographs and data on Cherbourg and prepared their plans and equipment in England. As soon as the port was liberated June 27, 1944 three weeks after "D-Day" they arrived with scores of ships loaded with special equipmet. They surveyed the damage done by retreating Germans, found their plans correct. Engineering crews were sped to selected tasks and began the work of reconstructing harbor facilities, repairing rail lines and putting the port to use. In 30 days, Cherbourg was handling more tonnage than it ever had in peacetime. These pictures, many of which have just been released by the censors, show how it was done = [Ouvriers français transportant des poutres de bois].

13 Num 5582 , 1944  
travaux de restauration ; civil ; collaboration , Document iconographique , Document iconographique
Contexte :
France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg
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Tanks pass through a small French village near St Fromond Bridgehead. Note the Signalman at left repairing telephone lines. In the rear is one of the tanks which rolls side by side with the infantrymen. 10 july 1944 France = [Pendant que deux soldats du Signal Corps réparent les lignes téléphoniques, un groupe de soldats appuyé d'un char Stuart passe dans le hameau].

13 Num 5068 , 10 juillet 1944  
travaux de restauration ; téléphone ; opération militaire , Document iconographique , Document iconographique
Contexte :
France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Fromond
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U.S. Army engineers clear a road of debris on the outskirts of the French town of Coutances, enabling the steady and uninterrupted flow of men and supplies to the front lines. 31/07/44 = [Soldats américains déblayant une route avec un bulldozer pour permettre le passage des troupes].

13 Num 726 , 31 juillet 1944  
véhicule militaire ; dommages de guerre ; génie militaire ; travaux de restauration , Document iconographique , Document iconographique
Contexte :
France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Coutances > Environs de Coutances