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Photograph of Trucks that Will Carry Supplies to the Front Line Troops during the Invasion of Normandy

Photograph of Trucks that Will Carry Supplies to the Front Line Troops during the Invasion of Normandy

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Original caption: Trucks which will carry supplies to front line troops when the assault against Hitler’s Europe begins, are being loaded on an LST in a British port.




Color Photographs of Signal Corps Activity

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01/06/1944
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