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© Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos INDIA. Gujarat. Ahmedabad. 1966.

Gujarat, Ahmedabad, India, 1966 by Henri Cartier-Bresson

D-Day 1944 by Robert Capa (this is NOT a Capa photo: Soldiers from the US 89th Infantry Division cross the Rhine River in assault boats under German fire/Beginning on the night of 23 March 1945, Operation Plunder was the crossing of the River Rhine at Rees, Wesel, and south of the Lippe River)

Soldiers from the US Army's Infantry Division cross the Rhine River in assault boats under heavy Nazi German fire in support of Operation Plunder on 24 March World War II.

Two Wehrmacht soldiers examining a Soviet trench line during the advance towards Moscow. Note there is also a Soviet soldier still in the trench, who will now become a P.O.W.

Two Wehrmacht soldiers examining a Soviet trench line during the advance towards Moscow. Note there is also a Soviet soldier still in the trench, who will now become a P.

Another 'Shaky' Robert Capa photograph taken on Omaha Beach. 'Easy Red Sector', Omaha Beach - approx. 0700 on the 6th June 1944 Photographer Robert Capa landed at Easy Red Sector, Omaha Beach with the men of Easy Company, the 2nd battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US Army 1st Division.

0700 on the June 1944 Photographer Robert Capa landed at Easy Red Sector, Omaha Beach with the men of Easy Company, the battalion, Infantry.

Omaha Beach, Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer

Combined Allied forces consisting of over troops launched the D-Day invasion, formally known as Operation Overlord, along 50 miles of coastline in northern France.

Omaha Beach, June 6 1944, men of the 1st Infantry, 29th Infantry and Rangers land on the Normandy coast as part of Operation Overlord.

Omaha Beach, June 6 it depicts the tragedy and horror of bloody Omaha as the Infantry and Rangers land on the Normandy coast as part of Operation Overlord.

Soldiers taking direct hits from a German machine gunner as the ramp drops down for unloading.

CAVEAT: This is not a genuine wartime photograph taken on D-Day. It is simply a frame from the fictional movie SAVING PRIVATE RYAN converted to black-and-white.

troops in a lcvp just before landing on omaha beach, june 6, 1944

peerintothepast: “ Some of the first American soldiers to attack the German defenses in Higgins Boats (LCVPs) approach Omaha Beach near Normandy, France on June Plastic covers protect the.

U.S. troops aboard a landing craft head for the beaches during Operation Torch of the North African Campaign. Operation Torch was the joint British and American planned invasion (with additional support from soldiers and sailors of Free France, the Netherlands, Canada and Australia) of Axis-held French North African territories. Oran, Algeria. 8 November 1942.

American troops aboard a landing craft en route to the beaches near Oran, Algeria, 8 Nov 1942 (Imperial War Museum)