D-Day 6th June 1944 - with a bit of modern colour added, the iconic shot of D Day

D-Day landing June 1944 Omaha Beach Normandy France. I want to go here to stand on the sands of Omaha Beach where my Father landed with the Infantry Division assault wave on June Thank you Dad.we all miss you.

D-Day: 6th June 1944 as it happened - Telegraph

D-Day: June 6th 1944 as it happened

D-Day: 6th June 1944 as it happened - Telegraph

US troops landing in northern France on D-Day, 6th June 1944. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

D-Day Bayonets at the ready as the U. troops prepare to take their designated strips of the Normandy beach, codenamed “Omaha” and “Utah.

American soldiers in a Higgins boat before landing in Normandy, 6th june 1944.

US Army Rangers awaited the invasion signal in a landing craft in an English port, circa early Jun photo 1 of note the bazooka and the Garand rifles

On this day 6th June, 1944 The Battle of Normandy began. D-Day, code named Operation Overlord, commenced with the landing of 155,000 Allied troops on the beaches of Normandy in France to liberate Western Europe from German occupation. The allied soldiers quickly broke through the Atlantic Wall and pushed inland in the larges amphibious military operation in history. We will always remember them

Today is the anniversary of D-Day. Let us always remember the brave soldiers who stormed the beaches in Normandy to liberate the world from an unthinkable evil. Brave soldiers deserve to be remembered.

A sign outside Trinity Church, New York City, inviting worshippers to 'Come in and pray for Allied victory' in the invasion of Normandy on D-Day, 6th June 1944. (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A sign outside Trinity Church, New York City, inviting worshippers to 'Come in and pray for Allied victory' in the invasion of Normandy on D-Day, June (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Vintage b&w NYC photo.

Another 'Shaky' Robert Capa photograph taken on Omaha Beach.   'Easy Red Sector', Omaha Beach - approx. 0700 on the 6th June 1944  Photographer Robert Capa landed at Easy Red Sector, Omaha Beach with the men of Easy Company, the 2nd battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US Army 1st Division.

0700 on the June 1944 Photographer Robert Capa landed at Easy Red Sector, Omaha Beach with the men of Easy Company, the battalion, Infantry.

The French town of Sainte-Mere-Englise Is a Living D-Day Memorial. It was the first village in Normandy to be liberated by the Americans. An effigy of Private John M Steele who landed on the church tower.on D-Day, 6th June 1944. He was made famous in the film, The Longest Day

French Town Is a Living D-Day Memorial

With the Musée Airborne and other sites, Ste.-Mère-Église, a small town in Normandy, continues its reverence for a World War II battle.

D-Day 6th June 1944. The beginning of the end.

D-Day: The Normandy Invasion. Soldiers of the Infantry Regiment, wounded while storming Omaha Beach, wait by the chalk cliffs for evacuation to a field hospital for treatment, D-Day, June www.mil/d-day

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British soldiers landing on the coast of Normandy. Operation Overlord - D-Day, 6 June 1944.

War & Conflict, World War Two, France June Troops landing on the Normandy beaches during the D Day invasion, A rear view of the commando soldier ready to leave the landing craft and wade ashore to the beach (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

6th June 1944: Allied troops ride in an open truck while a landing craft sits on the shore in the background on a beachhead in Normandy, France, World War II, D-Day. (Photo by Anthony Potter Collection/Getty Images)

June Allied troops ride in an open truck while a landing craft sits on the shore in the background on a beachhead in Normandy, France, World War II, D-Day. (Photo by Anthony Potter Collection/Getty Images)

Juno Beach D-Day Landings Troops from the 48th Royal Marines at Saint-Aubin-sur-mer on Juno Beach, Normandy, France, during the D-Day landings, 6th June 1944. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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The British Army: Royal Marine Commandos of Headquarters, Special Service Brigade, making their way from LCI(S)s (Landing Craft Infantry Small) onto ‘Nan Red’ Beach, JUNO Area, at St Aubin-sur-Mer at about on 6 June 1944

Operation Overlord Normandy, Troops of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division are landing at Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on D-Day, 6th June 1944. 14,000 Canadian soldiers were put ashore and 340 lost their live in the battles for the beachhead. France. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)

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Troops of the Canadian Infantry Division are landing at Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on Canadian soldiers were put ashore and 340 lost their live in the battles for the beachhead.

Bodies and beached landing craft in front of the sea wall on Nan Red beach, Juno area, near St Aubin-sur-Mer, 6th June 1944. LCT 518 is on the right. LCA 522 on the left. [[MORE]] This section was assaulted by men of: • The North Shore (New...

Bodies and beached landing craft in front of the sea wall on Nan Red beach, Juno area, near St Aubin-sur-Mer, June LCT 518 is on the right. LCA 522 on the left. [[MORE]] This section was assaulted by men of:

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Remembering D-Day, 66 years ago

Rare color photo of general view of a port in England during build up for D-Day, 6 June In foreground, jeeps are being loaded onto LCTs. In background, larger trucks and DUKWs are being loaded onto LSTs.

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