Collaborators, Fighters And Refugees: 45 Fantastic Photos Of The Normandy French After D-Day - Flashbak
D-DAY: The French after the Allied invasion. What did they look like? Well, thanks to the intrepid reporters who risked life and limb to record the fighting, we have an idea... But what about the French, who had endured four years of Nazi occupation? The Resistance took heart. The refugees took bread and water. The collaborators took a beating...
p011328 Les frères Frémont (2)
Les frères Frémont à Villons les Buissons le 19 juin 1944. Marcel, 10 ans, coiffé d'un glengarry et son frère Daniel, 4 ans.assis sur un engin recouvert d'un filet de camouflage. source: Archives canadiennes collectionscanada.gc.ca/pam_archives/index.php?fuseaction... A French boy, who wears a Scottish glengarry, saluting Canadian soldiers, Boissons, France, 19 June 1944. Location: Boissons, France: Date: June 19, 1944. Photographer: Bell, Ken., Photographer