Juno Beach - 1944 Juno Beach was one of the most successful operations on D-Day. Within 24 hours, Canadian forces had pushed their way further through German defences than their American or British counterparts. The largest amphibious invasion in human history relied on three countries to save the world from Nazi rule, and Canada was there to play its part. More than 5,000 of them were killed by the end of the Normandy campaign.
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D-Day, Juno Beach - Reinforcements going ashore from a (LCA) Landing Craft Assault from H.M.C.S. Prince Henry off the Normandy bridgehead.
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WW2 D-Day Landings Full Boat!
I Interesting photo in the way it shows you how many soldiers filled the boats on the D-Day landings. The more famous photos and movies show smaller boats holding 30 max soldiers getting out, here its around 400 Canadian men ready for the invasion ahead. Posing for the picture waving looking rather happy!