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82nd Airborne Troops by church in Sainte-Mère-Église Normandy. The same church where John Steele was caught on the spire (Image).

Members of the 101st Airborne Division at 'La Gouderie' in Angoville-au-Plain. This historic Manor house became the Regimental Headquarters of Colonel Sink during the D-Day landings. The hamlet of Angoville-au-Plain, near Carentan, played a significant role in the D.Day landings. The Church became a field hospital for both U.S. Airborne and German casualties during D-Day and the days following.

Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division that were dropped during the night on june 5, 1944, the night before D-Day. The picture was taken a day or two before the invasion.

German soldier in Stalingrad 1942 | ======================== Немецкий солдат в Сталинграде 1942 ======================== Soldat allemand dans Stalingrad 1942

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from Mail Online

Chaos of D-Day revealed in images from RAF reconnaissance planes

Memories: Mr Schlegel, who served in the 82nd Airborne unit of the U.S. Army, poses in front of this country road in Picauville, near Sainte-Mere-Eglise, which was named after him