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A sniper applying camouflage face cream at a British sniper school in Normandy, 27 July 1944.

A sniper applying camouflage face cream at a British sniper school in Normandy, 27 July 1944.

1940s- D Day -June 6,1944- was the allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during WWII, which resulted in the Western Europe from Nazi Germany's control.

1940s- D Day -June 6,1944- was the allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during WWII, which resulted in the Western Europe from Nazi Germany's control.

1944, France, Le "Kriegsberichter" allemand au sein des Fallschirmjäger Toni Schneiders | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1944, France, Le "Kriegsberichter" allemand au sein des Fallschirmjäger Toni Schneiders | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

D-Day #WWII #War #Normandy THIS was what my pepe did.. makes me think, maybe he is in this picture somewhere!!!

D-Day #WWII #War #Normandy THIS was what my pepe did.. makes me think, maybe he is in this picture somewhere!!!

Indian troops guarding the Abadan Refinery in Iran, 4 September 1941

Indian troops guarding the Abadan Refinery in Iran, 4 September 1941

A group of tired Chindits bring out a stretcher case towards the photographer, immediately behind whom is the light jungle airstrip. The man at left carries two Enfield rifles, the other being the wounded man’s. To his right is a Black West African Chindit who watches the jungle for Japanese raiders. The men were from First Platoon, 41 Column, 2nd King’s own Royal Regiment

A group of tired Chindits bring out a stretcher case towards the photographer, immediately behind whom is the light jungle airstrip. The man at left carries two Enfield rifles, the other being the wounded man’s. To his right is a Black West African Chindit who watches the jungle for Japanese raiders. The men were from First Platoon, 41 Column, 2nd King’s own Royal Regiment

Sergeant Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division ready to drop into Normandy for the D-Day invasion (June 1944). He was a member of the original "Filthy Thirteen", a group of paratroopers who would loosely inspire the movie THE DIRTY DOZEN. A member later remarked, "We never washed a piece of clothing. We never shined any shoes or boots, and we didn’t salute officers. We didn’t go for any of that malarky, you know?"

Sergeant Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division ready to drop into Normandy for the D-Day invasion (June 1944). He was a member of the original "Filthy Thirteen", a group of paratroopers who would loosely inspire the movie THE DIRTY DOZEN. A member later remarked, "We never washed a piece of clothing. We never shined any shoes or boots, and we didn’t salute officers. We didn’t go for any of that malarky, you know?"

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