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An American soldier, who died in combat during the Allied invasion, lies on the beach of the Normandy coast, in the early days of June 1944. Two crossed rifles in the sand next to his body are a comrade's last reverence. The wooden structure on the right, normally veiled by high tide water, was an obstruction erected by the Germans to prevent seaborne landings.

An American soldier, who died in combat during the Allied invasion, lies on the beach of the Normandy coast, in the early days of June 1944. Two crossed rifles in the sand next to his body are a comrade's last reverence. The wooden structure on the right, normally veiled by high tide water, was an obstruction erected by the Germans to prevent seaborne landings.

A Polish cavalry unit dares to attack a German motorcycle unit with only a sword. Since the end of the Great War, the Polish army was much less advanced than the German Army, often sending cavalry against German Panzer columns.

A Polish cavalry unit dares to attack a German motorcycle unit with only a sword. Since the end of the Great War, the Polish army was much less advanced than the German Army, often sending cavalry against German Panzer columns.

El Día-D desde otra perspectiva

El Día-D desde otra perspectiva

De la batalla los planes son todo, pero cuando comienza nada más importa." Eisenhower, general en jefe de las fuerzas de invasión.

W. Eugene Smith WORLD WAR II. The Pacific Campaign. November 1943. Tarawa atoll (occupied by the Japanese). On an island, after an American amphibious attack against the Japanese.

W. Eugene Smith WORLD WAR II. The Pacific Campaign. November 1943. Tarawa atoll (occupied by the Japanese). On an island, after an American amphibious attack against the Japanese.

An American soldier, who died in combat during the Allied invasion, lies on the beach of the Normandy coast, in the early days of June 1944. Two crossed rifles in the sand next to his body are a comrade's last reverence. The wooden structure on the right, normally veiled by high tide water, was an obstruction erected by the Germans to prevent seaborne landings. #

An American soldier, who died in combat during the Allied invasion, lies on the beach of the Normandy coast, in the early days of June 1944. Two crossed rifles in the sand next to his body are a comrade's last reverence. The wooden structure on the right, normally veiled by high tide water, was an obstruction erected by the Germans to prevent seaborne landings. #

El desembarco de Normandía visto por la cámara de Robert Capa

El desembarco de Normandía visto por la cámara de Robert Capa

El 6 de Junio de los americanos desembarcaron en la costa francesa de Normandía en un movimiento que pasaría a la historia y sería fundamental para el triunfo aliado en la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

La batalla de las Ardenas en imágenes [2] - Taringa!

La batalla de las Ardenas en imágenes [2]

Este nombre se conoce a una serie de ofensivas libradas en los bosques de Ardenas (límite entre Francia y Bélgica) que favorecieron a los aliados du...

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Segunda Guerra Mundial - Desembarco de Normandía

De Normandía ( Día "D" ) El 6 de junio de conocido como el "día D", los aliados iniciaron el desembarco de un ejército m...

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