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A unit of the US 25th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron (Mechanized), 4th Armored Division moves through the village of Le Repas near Villiers-Fossard, in Normandy on July 31, 1944.

Le Repas (commune de Folligny), 31 juillet Des éléments du Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron (Mecanized) de la Armored Division / Le Repas (hamlet of Folligny), july Elements of the Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron (Mecanized) of the Armored Division.

Le Mesnil Rouxelin, 17 juillet 1944: la 29ème division d'infanterie américaine progressent sur la hauteur de la cote 122 dominant Saint-Lô.

Infantry Division soldiers lay low along Route heading toward Saint-Lô, while a map or message is read (lower left corner).

The Panther was the best Medium Tank made during WWII.  After the bugs were worked out the Panther could take on all comers.  Including the Soviet Heavy Tanks.

The Panther was the best Medium Tank made during WWII. After the bugs were worked out the Panther could take on all comers. Including the Soviet Heavy Tanks.

M8 Greyhound Armored Car in Action 2

“An scout car of US Armored Division observing German positions, northern France,

Troops of British King's Shropshire Light Infantry regiment resting next to a Sherman tank of British 3rd Royal Tank Regiment France 15 August 1944.:

Troops of British King’s Shropshire Light Infantry regiment resting next to a Sherman tank of British Royal Tank Regiment, France, 15 August 1944

A young German soldier, 1944

A young German soldier. Most likely a member of the SS Panzer Division "Hitlerjugend" which sustained casualties during the Normandy ~ the sweet lads of the Hitlerjugend division also executed around 156 Canadian soldiers after capturing them.

Well-camouflaged, Sherman tank of the Ontario Regiment advances on San Angelo, Italy, May 1944

Well-camouflaged, Sherman tank of the Ontario Regiment advances on San Angelo, Italy, May 1944

Voiture blindée M8 Greyhound de l'Escadron de cavalerie 4ème, 4ème groupe de cavalerie (rattaché à la 2e Division blindée) à Borzée, le 16 janvier 1945.

Greyhound armoured car of the Cavalry Squadron, Cavalry Group (attached to Armored Division) at Borzée, Belgium, January

A battery of Priest self-propelled guns from Field Regiment,

Members of the 101st Airborne Division in the village of St. Marcouf, June 8, 1944

American paratroopers of the Airborne Division in Marmion farm, Ravenoville, near the village of St. Marcouf off Utah Beach, 6 June 1944

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