Remains of German tank ace Michael Wittmann’s destroyed Tiger I no. 007 near Gaumesnil, France, taken post war in Wittman was killed when the tank blew up after being hit by a 17 pdr Sherman Firefly of the Northamptonshire Yeomanry in August
Québécois Sgt. R. Gagnon (right) of Le Régiment de la Chaudière, 3rd Canadian Division, poses with a German POW (left) on the Nan White sector of Juno Beach who seems relieved to have been captured during the Allied D-Day landings (Operation Neptune). Juno Beach, Bernières-sur-Mer, Calvados, Lower Normandy, France, 6 June 1944. Image taken by Frank L. Dubervill. #ww2 #britih #german #soldier #POW #prisoner #wwii #worldwar2
Pz IV crew from 21 Panzer Division Normandy The Panzerman on the left as viewed is wearing a cut down Luftwaffe paratrooper smock with Wehrmacht insignia added. Such customization and non-regulation uniforms were not uncommon among German forces.
D-Day preparations: overhead shot showing part of the huge invasion fleet, Southampton, England, June 1944 Photographer: Lieutenant Frank L. Dubervill Date: June 1944 Library and Archives Canada: MIKAN 3191509
"Looking down at a large group of US Army troops on board an LCI, ready to ride to their rendezvous for the invasion of France." Local Identifier: Record Group General Records of the Department of the Navy, 1804 - 1983