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This picture was taken on 10th June, four days after the landings. It shows a group of paratroopers from 12th Parachute Battalion who were dropped in enemy territory far from DZ 'N' and spent the next four days trying to link up with their battalion. Here they enjoy a deserved cup of tea.

This picture was taken on 10th June, four days after the landings. It shows a group of paratroopers from 12th Parachute Battalion who were dropped in enemy territory far from DZ 'N' and spent the next four days trying to link up with their battalion. Here they enjoy a deserved cup of tea.

A British paratrooper in a village to the east of the River Orne.

A British paratrooper in a village to the east of the River Orne.

6th Airborne Division, Landing Zone N (Ranville), D-Day. Jeep & glider (planeur) Horsa.

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https://flic.kr/p/bXTYAd | Paratroopers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in a transit camp staging area before D-Day, England, June 1944 / Parachutistes du 1er bataillon canadien de parachutistes dans une zone de transit avant le Jour J, Angleterre, juin 1944 | Title / Titre :  Paratroopers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in a transit camp staging area before D-Day, England, June 1944 /   Parachutistes du 1er bataillon canadien de parachutistes dans une zone de transit avant…

https://flic.kr/p/bXTYAd | Paratroopers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in a transit camp staging area before D-Day, England, June 1944 / Parachutistes du 1er bataillon canadien de parachutistes dans une zone de transit avant le Jour J, Angleterre, juin 1944 | Title / Titre : Paratroopers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion in a transit camp staging area before D-Day, England, June 1944 / Parachutistes du 1er bataillon canadien de parachutistes dans une zone de transit avant…

Paratroops of 22 Independent Parachute Company, British 6th Airborne Division, waiting to board the Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle Mk V that will drop them over Normandy, RAF Harwell, 5 June 1944.

Paratroops of 22 Independent Parachute Company, British 6th Airborne Division, waiting to board the Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle Mk V that will drop them over Normandy, RAF Harwell, 5 June 1944.

Glider troops of "D" Company, 2nd Battalion The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, who had been on their way to DZ-W on the 8th or 9th June 1944 to collect supplies, pose for a photograph around a German DKW NZ 350 motorbike in Le Port with a local French girl. Left to right: Private Musty (with a German MP40 machine gun), CQMS Smith, Captain Priday, Unknown 12th Devonshires man, Corporal Lumbley and Private Gardner.

Glider troops of "D" Company, 2nd Battalion The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, who had been on their way to DZ-W on the 8th or 9th June 1944 to collect supplies, pose for a photograph around a German DKW NZ 350 motorbike in Le Port with a local French girl. Left to right: Private Musty (with a German MP40 machine gun), CQMS Smith, Captain Priday, Unknown 12th Devonshires man, Corporal Lumbley and Private Gardner.

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Paratroopers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion prepping for a patrol in Bande, Belgium in January 1945.

Paratroopers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion prepping for a patrol in Bande, Belgium in January 1945.

May we honor, and remember always, the men and women who serve us to help give us our freedoms in this world. God bless you all!

May we honor, and remember always, the men and women who serve us to help give us our freedoms in this world. God bless you all!

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