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Photo taken in the hours after the US liberation of Grandcamp and Maisy.

Photo taken in the hours after the US liberation of Grandcamp and Maisy.

A German officer smiles as he is interrogated by American soldiers who landed on the beaches of Normandy, France on June 12, 1944. (AP Photo/Peter Carroll) | Flashbak

A German officer smiles as he is interrogated by American soldiers who landed on the beaches of Normandy, France on June 12, 1944. (AP Photo/Peter Carroll) | Flashbak

The incredible story of D-Day, as told through photos | Rare

The incredible story of D-Day, as told through photos | Rare

Left to right: William G. Olanie, Frank D. Griffin, Robert J. Noody and Lester T. Hegland.

Left to right: William G. Olanie, Frank D. Griffin, Robert J. Noody and Lester T. Hegland.

Canadian Troops and their bicycles aboard their landing craft at Juno Beach

Canadian Troops and their bicycles aboard their landing craft at Juno Beach

US Army paratroopers preparing for their historic D-Day jump.

US Army paratroopers preparing for their historic D-Day jump.

A German officer surrenders to American officers in Normandy - June 1944. Photo by Robert Capa

A German officer surrenders to American officers in Normandy - June 1944. Photo by Robert Capa

Omaha Beach, June 6 1944, men of the 1st Infantry, 29th Infantry and Rangers land on the Normandy coast as part of Operation Overlord.

Omaha Beach, June 6 1944, men of the 1st Infantry, 29th Infantry and Rangers land on the Normandy coast as part of Operation Overlord.

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

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

Ambulance men at the 14th Major Port transferring D-Day Casualties en route to a field hospital in England (Southampton, 8 June 1944).

Ambulance men at the 14th Major Port transferring D-Day Casualties en route to a field hospital in England (Southampton, 8 June 1944). [524x424]

Ambulance men at the 14th Major Port transferring D-Day Casualties en route to a field hospital in England (Southampton, 8 June 1944).

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