Carentan – Rue 101ème Airborne

Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division in Carentan, 1944 at the junction of Rue Holgate and Rue 101ème Airborne.
Then image: US Army
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Saint-Maire-Du-Mont (2)

101st Airborne troops march through the town of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont during Operation Overlord, June 1944. It was the first town liberated during this operation.
Then image: US Army Signal Corps
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Saint Mere Eglise

St. Mere Eglise, 6 June 1944.
St. Mere eglise was one of the first towns liberated.
Then image: http://northumbriangunner.blogspot.nl
Original Source: ?
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Carentan – Rue Sebline

GI from the paratroopers of the 327th Glider Infantry Regiment, 101st US in front of a road sign at the Rue Sebline in Carentan.
Then image: https://www.flickr.com (see link)
Original Source: Life
Now Image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Saint-Maire-Du-Mont (1)

June 12, 1944: Marie-Esther Duchenes, Red Cross volunteer with personnel of an Engineer Special Brigade in the city center of Sainte-Marie-du-Mont. Me and my friends trying to recreate the same shot. My sister is acting as Marie-Esther Duchenes.
Then image: http://www.dday-overlord.com
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Carentan – Rue Holgate (2)

A self-propelled howitzer M7 Priest of the 14th Armored Field Artillery Battalion of the 2nd Armored Division at the intersection of Holgate Street and the railway line Paris-Cherbourg, in Carentan
Source: Wikikmedia
Author: US Army Signal Corps
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Carentan – Rue du Dr. Caillard

Soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division resting in Carentan, France at the Rue du Dr. Caillard.
Then image: Life ?
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Utah Beach – Antitank Wall

US Army soldiers of the 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, move out over the seawall on Utah Beach after coming ashore in front of a concrete wall near La Madeleine
Then image: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk
Source:  Reuters ?
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