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D-Day in Color, Photographs from the Normandy Invasion The Infantry Division of the United States Army (The 'Big Red One') in Dorset, United Kingdom on June 1944 before departing for Omaha Beach. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)

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members were graduating from jump school. They still wear the GHQ Reserve SSI. Left to right: Johnny Martin, William Dukeman, Albert Blithe, Donald Hoobler, Bill Wingett Burton Pat Christensen

Nurses arriving in Normandy 1944

1944 - American Nurses land in Normandy. - Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever) - - (vintage lady, history, World War II era)

Paratroopers applying war paint Before being dropped into Normandy.

An AWESOME Mans Life Paratroopers applying war paint Before being dropped into Normandy.

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Great WWII photo of Harry Hudec Parachute Infantry Regiment Airborne Division paratrooper who was a Regimental Boxing Champion during Harold Hudec, HQ / Harry was born in Cleveland

A U.S. soldier mocks Hitler for the camera, World War II. Not the most appropriate of pictures, but the hair is pretty accurate!

Soldier life: U. soldier mocks Hitler for the camera, World War II. The soldiers still have humor through the war

People sitting on curb among confetti and paper after celebrating the end of WWII in NYC on August 14, 1945.

People sit on the curb amongst the confetti, tickertape and paper from the parade celebrating the end of WWII in NYC on VJ Day. August Victory over Japan * VJ '

The image shows the faces of German POWs, captured by Americans, watching a film about a concentration camp. Their reaction were shame, fear and indifferent.

The reaction of German prisoner's of war, who were forced to watch footage of what happened in the concentration camps. WWII -- Why I'm convinced most of the soldiers had no clue what happened in the camps. Not that I'm defending them, you realize.

The French used this method of take-off in the early years. In this picture one can see the chief Steward (top) shouting to the passenger halfway up the tree that he is holding up the flight!

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First World War, Belgium. A French pilot makes a forced landing on its own ground after a failed attack on German Zeppelin in Brussels, The plane, a biplane, stays the trees now. Soldiers are climbing the tree.

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