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Robert Capa - FRANCE. The Battle of Normandy And Advance On Cherbourg US Forces.
Manche. Cherbourg. 27th June 1944.
The Mayor of Cherbourg Mr Paul REYNAUD announcing on the radio the liberation of the City, accompanied by Gen Joseph LAWTON ...
June-July 1944. An American unit entering a town.
FRANCE. WWII. The Battle of Normandy. Manche. Cherbourg. June 26th, 1944. General von Schlieben (left), Commander of the defeated German garrison with US General Manton S. Eddy, commander of the US 9th Infantry Division.
FRANCE. Cherbourg region. June 22-28, 1944. Wounded American soldiers.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26-28, 1944. American soldiers reacting to sniper fire.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26th-28th, 1944. German soldiers captured by American troops.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26-28, 1944. German prisoners of war carrying their wounded.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 28, 1944. American soldiers and French civilians celebrating the liberation of the city in front of Cherbourg's city hall.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26-28, 1944. An American soldier during the fight for the city.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 28th, 1944. American Military Police with German prisoners of war.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26-28, 1944. American troops.
FRANCE. Near Cherbourg. June 22-28, 1944. US soldiers with German prisoners of war.
FRANCE. June 27, 1944. American troops approaching Cherbourg.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 27th, 1944. German soldiers captured by American troops.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June, 1944. A view of the city, damaged by allied bombs.
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26th, 1944. US Major-General Mathew B RIDGEWAY (left), commander of the US 82nd Airborne Division and US Gen. Jospeh LAWTON COLLINS (right, in profile), commander of the US VII Corps.
FRANCE. Normandy. June, 1944. German officer surrendering to American officers.
Normandy. Mont St Michel. August 1944. The recently liberated town had been declared off limits to all military personnel except Generals and War Corre
FRANCE. Cherbourg. June 26th, 1944. German soldiers surrender to American troops.