Found these online and thought it worth a separate post, mostly US and Canadian images but still very interesting BERNIERES SUR MER Typical Norman house located along the beach at Juno Beach Canadian troops going ashore on Juno Beach on D-Day, 6 June 1944 Infantrymen of Le RÃ©giment de la ChaudiÃ¨re moving through the village, 6 June 1944. A member of the Canadian Provost Corps (C.P.C.) guarding the first German prisoners to be captured by Canadian soldiers in the Normandy beachhead, France, 6 June 1944. German personnel captured on D-Day embarking for England. CAEN Sherman tanks of the Sherbrooke Fusiliers advancing into Caen. 10 July 1944 Place Foch, World War I memorial and rubble of the German kommandantur 11 July 1944 - A Sherman tank of the Sherbrooke Fusiliers Regiment advancing into Caen. Bridge over the canal from caen to ouistreham. we are in the center of the town near the âBassin St Pierreâ 10 July 1944 - Residents looking after a Canadian bulldozer clearing rubble in the streets. FRESNEY LE PUCEUX Privates Albert Thibault and Fernand Lachance, both of 2nd Canadian Infantry Division Headquarters, en route to Falaise - 12 August 1944 LONGUES SUR MER One of the blockhouses with one of the four 150mm guns of the M.K.B. Longues. SAINTE MERE EGLISE Street scene in the village after its liberation by U.S. Troops. Looking East - June 1944 MARIGNY Inside the church after the fighting. LA MADELEINE A group of GIâs leaving the chapel after a mass. RAVENOVILLE Paratroopers of HQ Co / 508th PIR under the command of Captain Johnson and Abraham stop for a moment in the village before going south to find their unit. CARENTAN The entrance in Carentan by the street Holgate, coming from Periers road A M-7 Priest of the 14th Armored Field Battalion / 2nd Armored Division at the crossroad of the street Holgate and the railroad Paris-Cherbourg American paratroopers in a german KÃ¼belwagen at the crossroads of the street Holgate and RN 13 (actually street of the 101st airborne) GIâs at the crossroads of the street Holgate and RN 13 (actually street of the 101st airborne) A jeep with medics of the 101st Airborne in the street Holgate towards the crossroads with the RN 13 HERMANVILLE SUR MER A bren carrier of the 33th Field Artillery Regiment crossing the place Courbet SAINT LAURENT SUR MER Exit E1 - Wn65 - Vallee du Ruquet. German pillbox on Omaha Beach serving as a U.S. Army command post, during the early days of the invasion SAINT AUBIN SUR MER Juno Beach, Nan Red sector. A P-47 crash landed on the beach near the strong point WN27 TURQUEVILLE Many 101st troopers were dropped far from their initial DZâs. Like Wilbur W. Shanklin facing, here, a German prisoner. They are on the road between Ste-Mere-Eglise and Audouville-la-Huber BASLY 27 June 1944 - Members of the 23d Field Ambulance, R.C.A.M.C. laying flowers on graves. From left to right : Private W. Young, H. Roach, M.G. Newberry. The left grave, Private A.J. Barnes is still in the cemetery.