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13 Num 1131

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Mont-Saint-Michel (le) > American forces enter Mont Saint Michel = [Sur la digue, deux soldats américains discutent dans leur jeep (en arrière-plan, le Mont) ].

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13 Num 1141

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Dangy > 50MM gun on the edge of a Normandy village = [Installé dans un carrefour, un canon 50mm et ses artilleurs protégent les lieux].

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13 Num 763

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Lessay > Men of an engineer unit, comb the streets of Lessay, France, in the hunt of mines. 133rd engr. "B" co = [Membres d'une unité du génie déminant la place du marché].

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13 Num 4086

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Lithaire > Linemen are stringing wire in France. Near Lithaire. 25/07/1944 = [Montés au sommet d'un poteau, deux soldats noirs américains réparent le réseau électrique].

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13 Num 1546

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Marigny > U.S. soldier rests in Marigny captured, july 26, 1944 = [Au milieu des gravats, un soldat américain se repose, allongé sur un trottoir].

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13 Num 12

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Omaha beach > Ceremonies commemorating the 20 th anniversary of the D-Day, 6 june 1944 at the memorial monument on Omaha Beach. 6 june 1954 (?) = [Cérémonie à l'occasion du 20e anniversaire du débarquement].

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13 Num 35

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Omaha beach > The Rhine ferry unloads vehicles and troops on the 6th Engineer Special Brigade Beach at Omaha Beach, France. 4/08/1944 = [Soldats et véhicules militaires débarquant des Rhinoferries].

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13 Num 1100

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Omaha beach > Artificial Harbor (U.S.) = [Le port artificiel Mulberry A en activité (en arrière-plan, la passerelle flottante reliant le port à la terre ferme) ].

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13 Num 1211

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Omaha beach > P38 lightning. The first P38 to land on an American air field in France = [Premier P-38 Lightning a avoir atterri en France].

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13 Num 935

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Perriers-en-Beauficel > 61 MM mortar near Perriers en Beufice. 12/08/44 = [Quatre soldats américains, dont un tient un talkie-walkie, s'apprêtent à tirer au mortier].

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13 Num 725

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Périers > A GI ammunition truck passes through Periers, France, on its way to Coutances. 30/07/44 = [Derrière l'église, un camion américain transportant des munitions à son unité].

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13 Num 1875

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Périers > The road home in Normandy = [Un couple et ses trois enfants passent devant l'église bombardée (en arrière-plan, une jeep) ].

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13 Num 1009

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Orne > Rânes > U.S. armored column in France … near Louge-sur-Maire. 17/08/44 = [A un carrefour, un tank Destroyer M10 camouflé sous des branchages (en arrière-plan, l'épave d'un Sherman M4) ].

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13 Num 266

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Côme-du-Mont > A german wagon pressed intoservice by American troops… Sainte-Mère-église. 17/06/44 = [Une charrette allemande abandonnée devant l'église].

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13 Num 615

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > … on the outskirts of Saint Lô … 20/07/44 = [Un jeune soldat allemand tenant un drapeau blanc à la main, se constitue prisonnier].

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13 Num 1612

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Moving up in Saint Lô = [Caché derrière un muret, un soldat américain observe les ruines du centre ville (en arrière-plan, la Poste) ].

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13 Num 589

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Saint Lô. 21/07/44 = [Chars américains stationnés place Sainte-Croix et rue du Neufbourg. On aperçoit des soldats américains cachés dans les gravats (à gauche) ou sous les chars].

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13 Num 1823

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Sauveur-Lendelin > Flowers for the troops in Saint Sauveur Lendelin = [Une fillette offre des fleurs aux membres d'équipage d'un Half-Track].

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13 Num 5642

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte > Paras U.S. in Saint Sauveur = [Arme en mains, un para passe devant un mur d'affichage].

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13 Num 789

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Saint-Sever > Jeep plus mine equals heap … That is what happened on the road to Saint Sever, Calvados, France. 4/08/44 = [Un soldat américain inspecte une jeep américaine, coupée en deux par une mine].

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13 Num 639

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Sainte-Mère-Église > Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr on the day he died … Sainte Mère église. 12/07/44 = [Portrait du général Théodore Roosevelt avec sa canne].

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13 Num 5274

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Trévières > Town of Trivère. 15/06/44 = [Corps d'un soldat allemand étendu sur la place du marché (en arrière-plan, soldats, policiers militaires et jeeps) ].

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13 Num 182

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Utah beach > Nazi 88MM guns pound Utah Beach as American Troops push into Normandy. 11/06/44 = [La plage d'Utah pilonnée par les tirs des canons allemands].

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13 Num 1044

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Utah beach > Gliders bring supplies in to French beachhead (Airborne supplies) = [Planeurs Horsa remorqués par des C-47 survolent la plage occupée par des policiers militaires].

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13 Num 3527

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Utah beach > Utah. 1964 = [Commémoration du 6 juin : trois officiers militaires regardent une pièce d'artillerie abandonnée sur la plage par l'armée allemande].

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13 Num 3667

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Utah beach > LCT's unload on beach. 12/06 = [Le LST 388 sur la plage à marée basse (dans le ciel, un ballon captif) ].

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13 Num 3691

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Utah beach > 12/06 = [Sur la plage, un soldat américain surveille des prisonniers allemands qui attendent d'être transférés en Angleterre (en arrière-plan, deux LST) ].

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13 Num 1249

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Vire > American members of a CA division unit help French civilians evacuate from Vire … = [Évacuation des civils : autour d'une jeep, deux soldats américains aident des civils à évacuer Vire].

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13 Num 6068

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > 843th engineer à Saint Pierre du Mont = [Construction d'un aérodrome (Saint-Lambert à Neuilly-la-Forêt ou Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer) : pose du grillage sur la piste].

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13 Num 68

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > A mortar crew stands back just before firing into a Nazi position somewhere along the Normandy coast, France. 6/06/1944 = [Soldats américains tirant au mortier sur les positions allemandes].

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13 Num 209

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > General Montgomery at his first press conference in the field in France. 15/06/44 = [Portrait du général Montgomery assis sur une chaise pliante].

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13 Num 254

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Interior of switchboard installed at HO., Adv. Sec., Com-Z. Near Poix, France. 19/06/44 = [Vue intérieure d'une cache allemande : un soldat américain devant un standard téléphonique].

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13 Num 424

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Trousers are being issued to a G.I. at a first Army quartermaster supply depot. 11/07/44 = [Dans un dépôt, un soldat américain vient chercher des pantalons].

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13 Num 456

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Four american soldiers examine the Nazi version of our "Bazooka", France. 8/07/1944 = [Quatre soldats américains examinent un lance-roquettes antichar allemand].

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13 Num 605

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Some german prisoners of war catch a little sleep before their turn for interrogation arrives. 26/07/1944 = [Allongés sur le sol, trois prisonniers allemands se reposent avant un nouvel interrogatoire].

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13 Num 766

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > American infantrymen stop to rest in the sun … 2/08/44 = [Deux soldats américains assis sur le rebord d'une fenêtre, lisent, l'un un journal et l'autre une lettre].

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13 Num 839

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Half tracks of an armored unit move across pontoon bridge at Point la Rouge, Normandy. 31/07/44 = [Half track traversant un pont flottant].

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13 Num 921

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Tank dozer of an armored unit in Normandy. 13/07/44 = [Un Sherman M4 équipé d'un bulldozer, se fraie un passage à travers une haie].

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13 Num 1051

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > U.S. negro troops in France. Anti-aircraft unit on the coast of Normandy = [Quatre soldats afro-américains d'une unité anti-aérienne retiennent au sol un ballon captif].

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13 Num 1203

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Airborne reinforcements land in Normandy … during the Allied landings which began june 6, 1944 = [Dans un champ, soldats américains débarquant d'un planeur Horsa].

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13 Num 1453

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > A tank goes through a Normandy hedgerow that had been previously cut through by a bulldozer. 26/07/44 = [Un char Sherman équipé du dispositif "Rhino" traverse une haie].

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13 Num 1748

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > War's innocent bystanders in Normandy. Released (RD) : 19/06/44 = [Une femme et une petite fille assises à l'intérieur d'une bétaillère].

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13 Num 4891

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > French refugee family living in a stable which they are remodeling to suit their present needs. France. 28 july 1944 = [Une famille a trouvé refuge dans une ferme : la préparation du repas].

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13 Num 1240

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Non localisés > Died for France … = [Tombe d'un soldat mort pour la France (en arrière-plan, le casque du défunt est posé sur son arme) ].

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13 Num 1792

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Non localisés > French telephone workers aid Allies. They have been hired by the signal corps to aid in restoring communications in France = [Un ouvrier français aide le Signal Corps à rétablir les communications en France].

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13 Num 868

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > Brig. Gen. Ben O. Davis, left, greets the mayor of Cherbourg at the opening of the American Red Cross service club for Colored Troops, at Cherbourg, France. 6/08/44 = [Lors de la cécrémonie d'ouverture d'un club de la Croix Rouge américaine destiné aux Colored Troops, le brigadier général Ben O. Davis salue le maire de Cherbourg].

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13 Num 405

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Trévières > Col. Howard S. Liston, left, of Salina, Kan., and the Mayor of the town of Trévières in France, second from left, are joined by other army officers and french civilians in drinking a toast in celebration of the fourth of july. 4/07/44 = [Le maire de Trévières Charles Pommier (au centre) et le colonel Howard S. Liston (à gauche) trinquant avec des soldats américains et des civils lors de la célébration de l'Independence Day].

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13 Num 4431

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > French sailors are shown removing the flag draped bodies of 23 American airmen from the deck of the "Al_won" the french ship pulled along side of the Cherbourg port, Normandy, France on the 16 june 1946, carrying the bodies of 23 American airmen who were shot down on the islands of Jersey and Guernsey in 1944, during the fight for world peace. This task of transfering the American bodies from the islands to the french coast, was done under the supervision of Col. Powers of the 531 C.M. GP and Captain Samson, French liaison officer. 16 june = [Sur un quai de l'avant-port, des marins français chargent à bord d'un camion les cercueils des 23 soldats américains morts au combat à Jersey et Guernesey en 1944].

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13 Num 5135

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > General Dwight D. Eisenhower (center) Supreme Allied Commander, and his party, look down the hatch of a liberty ship unloading ammo during a recent inspection tour of rear line facilities at Cherbourg, France. On this trip General "Ike" visited hospital ships, dock installations, field hospitals, and supply depots, and spent much of his time talking to GI's, asking questions about their work and welfare. Accompanying the five-star general were Lt Gen Ben Lear, deputy commander, ETO, and Maj Gen H.S. Aurand, CG of Normandy base section. 21 feb. = [Le général Eisenhower et son équipe regardent la cale d'un Liberty ship en cours de déchargement].

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13 Num 4433

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > French sailors are shown removing the flag draped bodies of 23 American airmen from the deck of the "Al_won" the french ship pulled along side of the Cherbourg port, Normandy, France on the 16 june 1946, carrying the bodies of 23 American airmen who were shot down on the islands of Jersey and Guernsey in 1944, during the fight for world peace. This task of transfering the American bodies from the islands to the french coast, was done under the supervision of Col. Powers of the 531 C.M. GP and Captain Samson, French liaison officer. 16 june = [Déchargement des cercueils des 23 soldats américains morts au combat à Jersey et Guernesey en 1944].

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13 Num 4434

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > French sailors are shown removing the flag draped bodies of 23 American airmen from the deck of the "Al_won" the french ship pulled along side of the Cherbourg port, Normandy, France on the 16 june 1946, carrying the bodies of 23 American airmen who were shot down on the islands of Jersey and Guernsey in 1944, during the fight for world peace. This task of transfering the American bodies from the islands to the french coast, was done under the supervision of Col. Powers of the 531 C.M. GP and Captain Samson, French liaison officer. 16 june = [Les cercueils des 23 soldats américains morts au combat à Jersey et Guernesey à bord d'un navire].

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13 Num 194

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Omaha beach > Visit to french soil (Ike, Marshall, King, Gal Henry H. Arnold, commanding general U.S. Air Forces). 12/06/44 = [Les chefs de l'armée et de la marine militaire américaines descendant d'un Dukw : l'amiral Kirk au premier plan, à califourchon le général Marshall, penché le général Arnold puis le général Eisenhower].

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13 Num 3493

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Pointe du Hoc > Ike, Normandy. 12/06/44 = [Visite des canons de la pointe du Hoc par les chefs de l'armée et de la marine militaire américaines : (de gauche à droite) les généraux Arnold, Eisenhower et Marshall (en arrière-plan, l'amiral King) ].

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13 Num 1904

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > Working under supervision of Allied authorities, French civilians repair a street in Cherbourg. At the left, U.S. soldiers sign on more workers = [Sous le contrôle des autorités américaines, des civils réparent le quai Alexandre III].

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13 Num 1228

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Vierville-sur-Mer > The mayor of a French village and some of the older villagers join American troops at the inauguration service for an American cemetery in France = [Des civils se sont rassemblés aux côtés des troupes américaines pour rendre hommage aux premiers américains enterrés en France].

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13 Num 1769

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Périers > Residents of Periers wait in a field outside the town until U.S. anthorities give the word that it is safe to go back to their homes = [Des habitants de Périers attendent dans un champ que les autorités américaines les autorisent à rentrer chez eux].

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13 Num 487

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Haye-du-Puits (la) > Pvt Bill W. Lemak, San Francisco, Californie, gives a bit of chocolate to french civilians in the village of la Haye-du-Puits, France, 11/07/44 = [Eugène et Honorine Sérée reçoivent du pvt Bill W. Lemak des boîtes de rations américaines et un morceau de chocolat].

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13 Num 899

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Saint-Manvieu-Bocage > Sgt H. V. Hunt, right, of Hohnsonburg, Pa., repaints a captured german vehicle so that it may be used by the American troops. 28th div. Saint Manvieu. 9/08/44 = [Sous le regard de ses camarades, le sergent H. V. Hunt repeint d'un véhicule allemand afin qu'il soit utilisé par les troupes américaines].

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13 Num 1774

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Four residents of Saint Sauveur look across the hedge surrounding their yard to greet American troops as they march in to liberate the town = [Quatre habitants de Saint-Sauveur regardent passer les troupes américaines qui vont libérer la ville].

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13 Num 373

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > Environs de Cherbourg > Typical french boy. This photo shows a typical french youth liberated by American troops at Cherbourg, after several months of forced labor in the Nazi "todt" organizations. 28/06/44 = [Portrait d'un jeune homme travaillant dans l'Organisation Todt et libéré par les troupes américaines].

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13 Num 100

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Homeward bound Connecticut soldiers listen to news from home. Ces hommes appartiennent aux 94th div. (rifleman), 8th Air Force (engineer-gunner), 1st div. (rifleman), engineer squad leader with the U.S. first Army. Normandy base section, France, 6/05/1945 = [Groupe de soldats écoutant à la radio des informations américaines].

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13 Num 667

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Non localisés > Photo shows first platoon, company C, displacing forward through a battle scarred french community to a new gun position somewhere in France. 24/07/44. 1st platoon, CO.C, 87th chem. Bn., MTS = [Convoi de chenillettes américaines sur un chemin pour rejoindre leur position].

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13 Num 4432

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > French sailors are shown removing the flag draped bodies of 23 American airmen from the deck of the "Al_won" the french ship pulled along side of the Cherbourg port, Normandy, France on the 16 june 1946, carrying the bodies of 23 American airmen who were shot down on the islands of Jersey and Guernsey in 1944, during the fight for world peace. This task of transfering the American bodies from the islands to the french coast, was done under the supervision of Col. Powers of the 531 C.M. GP and Captain Samson, French liaison officer. 16 june = [Arrivée du navire transportant les cerceuils des 23 soldats américains morts au combat à Jersey et Guernesey en 1944 : vue d'ensemble de la cérémonie].

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13 Num 4051

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Vierville-sur-Mer > The mayor of a liberated French town and his wife join American troops in paying their last respects to the American casualties who are buried in the first american cemetery on french soil = [Des civils se sont rassemblés aux côtés des troupes américaines pour rendre hommage aux premiers américains enterrés en France].

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13 Num 3495

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Grandcamp-Maisy > Ike, Normandy. 12/06/44 = [La visite des chefs de l'armée et de la marine militaire américaines : le général Eisenhower se rafraîchit dans un champ où est basé le poste de commandement avancé de la First US Army].

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13 Num 4053

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Grandcamp-Maisy > First visit to French soil (Ike, Marshall, Amiral Ernest King). 12/06/44 = [La visite des chefs de l'armée et de la marine militaire américaines : le général Eisenhower se rafraîchit dans un champ où est basé le poste de commandement avancé de la First US Army].

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13 Num 4070

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Isigny-sur-Mer > [La visite des chefs de l'armée et de la marine militaire américaines : à bord d'un Dodge, l'Amiral King et les généraux Hodges, Marshall et Eisenhower passent devant les ruines de la place Gambetta].

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13 Num 5202

Fonds de photographies américaines > Etranger > Japon > Jap children following their rescue by American forces from a cave where they had taken refuge during the battle = [Jeunes japonais après leur sauvetage par les forces américaines : une jeune japonaise fait boire une fillette].

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13 Num 1749

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Non localisés > Young and old watch U.S. troops go by : A Frenchman lifts up a small child so it can see the American troops who have driven the Nazis from their village = [Un homme tient dans ses bras un jeune enfant pour qu'il puisse voir le passage des troupes américaines].

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13 Num 256

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Carentan > Chaplain of an airborn unit holds a prayer service for the dead of the unit in the square of Carentan. 19/06/44 [mise en évidence ici de la 1ère GM --> the monument draped with parachutes of dead soldiers, is a world war I tribute of the citizens of Carentan to its soldier dead --> soulignés par la censure] = [Devant le monuments aux morts recouvert de parachutes, un aumônier de la 101st US Airborne bénit des paras en présence de civils].

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13 Num 5526

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > The Cherbourg story : Cherbourg, the first major Continental port liberated by the Allies, optimized 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, 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. Here are three of the men who planned and carried out the difficult task of putting the French port back to use as an Allied supply base. In the center is Commander William A. Sullivan of the U.S. Navy, chief Navy salvage officer in Cherbourg, with two of his salvage experts looking over the work of construction crews = [Entouré de deux de ses experts, le commandant William A. Sullivan, chargé du renflouement des épaves, regarde le travail de ses équipes]. > 1944

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13 Num 5544

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > 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, 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 = [Découverte par les soldats du 729th Railway Operation Battalion, cette locomotive américaine, donnée à la France en 1917, va être remise en état]. > 1944

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13 Num 5545

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > 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, 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 = [Découverte par les soldats du 729th Railway Operation Battalion, cette locomotive américaine, donnée à la France en 1917, va être remise en état]. > 1944

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13 Num 5551

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > 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, 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 = [Les anciennes cales couvertes en ruines]. > 1944

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13 Num 5546

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > 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 = [Un bulldozer et des hommes d'une unité du Génie dégagent la voie ferrée].

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13 Num 5523

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > The Cherbourg story : Cherbourg, the first major Continental port liberated by the Allies, optimized 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, 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. = [Une grue déblaie les ruines de la gare maritime]. > 1944

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13 Num 5547

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > 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, 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 = [Deux soldats américains préparent un scaphandrier]. > 1944

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13 Num 5549

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > The Cherbourg story : Cherbourg, the first major Continental port liberated by the Allies, optimized 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, 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 = [Préparation d'un scaphandrier]. > 1944

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13 Num 5237

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Coutances > Environs de Coutances > Russians forced into labor by the Nazis, and later freed by the Americans, aid the allies by working in an ammunition dump on the Continent. Here the section leaders pick up rations of American cigarettes for their men. 8 Aug. 1944 Near Coutances, France = [Dans un dépôt de munitions, des travailleurs russes récupérent des rations de cigarettes américaines].

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13 Num 261

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Colleville-sur-Mer > This so called french hairdresser, taken in the initial assault on the french coast, is held for questioning as a result of a short-wave transmitter found in his home by American troops. Coneville, France. 9/06/44 = [Portrait d'un vieux homme, prisonnier des troupes américaines à cause d'un émetteur radio trouvé à son domicile, attend d'être interrogé].

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13 Num 245

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Trévières > U.S. Army and Navy medics combine to give an injured AS the necessary treatment in a french town. On the left is pharmacist 3/C Millican, of Cardona, Ala., U.S. Navy, and comint to him aid is Sgt Mike Galsomino, right of Chicago, Ill., Treveres, France. 21/06/44 = [Médecins de l'armée et de la marine américaines se rassemblent autour d'un blessé allongé à terre pour le soigner].

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13 Num 1989

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Environs de Saint-Lô > American soldiers examine a broken enemy rifle and a trench from which the germans attempted to stem the U.S. drive that liberated Saint Lô = [Trois soldats américains examinent des armes et des objets allemands, abandonnés à côté d'une tranchée creusée par l'armée allemande pour bloquer les forces américaines se dirigeaient vers Saint-Lô].

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13 Num 1413

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Villedieu-les-Poêles > American infantrymen trudge through Villedieu … = [Colonne de soldats de la 4e division d'infanterie progressant dans une rue de la ville (à gauche, l'enseigne de Jean de la Musse, chirurgien dentiste) ].

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13 Num 1992

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Neufbourg (le) > He was retreating toward Mortain = [Sur le bord de la route menant à la gare, le corps d'un soldat allemand gît à côté de l'épave de son véhicule semi-chenillé (en arrière-plan, épaves de divers véhicules) ].

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13 Num 1614

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Environs de Saint-Lô > Americans patrol advances down Saint Lô road = [Une colonne de jeeps à l'arrêt sur la route de Saint-Lô. Au premier, le conducteur d'une jeep s'est mis à couvert à côté de son véhicule].

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13 Num 4083

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Environs de Saint-Lô > On the road to Saint-Lô. 20/07/44 = [Soldats américains autour de l'épave d'un véhicule chargé de munitions et détruit par une mine allemande (en arrière-plan, déminage de la route) ].

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13 Num 215

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Non localisés > American Red Cross girl giving matches, cigarettes, and gum to wounded men outside the receiving tent of a hospital in France = [Dans un poste de secours, un groupe de blessés allongés sur des civières au milieu de soldats et d'ambulances de l'U.S. Medical Corps].

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13 Num 1397

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Montcuit > A Frenchman welcomes U.S. troops in Normandy = [Deux colonnes de soldats de la 83e division d'infanterie progressent en direction de Montcuit (à gauche, un civil et son chien accueillent les soldats) ].

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13 Num 17

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Omaha beach > American assault troops of the 3rd Bn, 16 th Inf, 1st US Inf Div, who failed in their attempt to storm across a narrow strip at Omaha Beach, lie a few hundred feet from the surf. Normandy, France. 8 june 1944 = [Les corps de soldats de la 1e division d'infanterie américaine sur la plage de galets].

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13 Num 1525

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Orglandes > American barber shop in Normandy = [Un groupe de Medics présente ses prises de guerre : un drapeau nazi et une casquette d'officier allemand (à droite, le lieutenant Briand N. Beaudin et le lieutenant Paul E. Lehman libérés par leurs camarades de la Airborne) ].

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13 Num 4590

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Calvados > Osmanville > Camouflage sub depot of 980th ord. depot Co. showing the small parts breakdown and storage section. Osmanville = [Cachés sous un filet de camouflage, des camions du 980th ordnance depot company servent de lieu de stockage].

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13 Num 1136

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Périers > Ack-Ack guns assigned to new jobs. A M16 gun on a half track supports the American infantry advance near Periers = [Half-track équipé de canons de DCA type M16 pour appuyer l'avancée de l'infanterie américaine].

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13 Num 69

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Sainte-Marie-du-Mont > Riflemen attached to a heavy weapons unit take a break along the side of a road, as they advance inland from the Red Beach in France. 6/06/1944 = [Sur une route près de Sainte-Marie-du-Mont, une unité Heavy Weapon Co interrompu sa progression à cause de la présence de mines].

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13 Num 3496

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Sainte-Marie-du-Mont > Sainte-Marie-du-Mont. 7/06/44 = [Devant la fontaine, trois jeunes filles discutent avec un groupe de parachutistes de la 101st Airborne US (à gauche, trois autres civils) ] / Kaye (correspondant de guerre).

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13 Num 301

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Valognes > Complete destruction. American engineers used T.N.T., to level a church spire left standing after bombing of Valognes, France. 28/06/44 = [Démolition par soldats américains du Génie de la tour de l'église Saint-Malo qui menaçait de s'effrondrer].

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13 Num 1951

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Avranches > Environs d'Avranches > German prisoner captured during the drive to Brittany, stream down a country road near Avranches = [Sous la surveillance de soldats américains, une colonne de prisonniers allemands, les mains sur la tête, rejoint un camp de prisonniers].

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13 Num 1821

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > Environs de Cherbourg > French civilians men and women march beside U.S. troops on a road near Cherbourg after the city had fallen to American forces. June 27,1944 = [Escortés de soldats américains, un groupe de cherbourgois regagne leur maison].

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13 Num 5604

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Cherbourg > Environs de Cherbourg > Cherbourg = [Sur une route, un groupe de prisonniers allemands avance les mains en l'air et encadré par deux soldats américains. A la tête du groupe, deux jeunes soldats âgés de 18 ans].

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13 Num 811

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Environs de Saint-Lô > French girl sews a shoulder patch on the field jacket of a medic somewhere in France while two of his buddies look on in admiration at her needlework. 1/08/44 = [Entourée de trois Medics, une jeune femme recoud la veste de l'un d'entre eux].

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13 Num 1455

Fonds de photographies américaines > France > Basse-Normandie > Manche > Saint-Lô > Environs de Saint-Lô > A heavy U.S. tank, loaded with infantrymen, sweeps along a road into Saint Lô … 28/07/44 = [Un char M10, qui fonce en direction de Saint-Lô, passe à côté d'une pancarte indiquant "Danger, route non déminée au delà de ce point"].

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