Touching Photos Of Normandy Veterans, Then And Now Photographer Matt Cardy captured these striking photos of surviving Normandy veterans as they describe their most vivid memory of D-Day.
COLOR FILM!!! Women At War 1939 - 1945, Womens Auxiliary Air Force: WAAF personnel on an RAF glider station in Britain repair and pack coloured parachutes for use by airborne troops during the Normandy invasion, 31 May 1944.
RFK Funeral Train RFK was killed on June four days later, after his body had been flown to New York, a funeral train carried him from NYC to Washington. Paul Fusco hopped on the train and shot color photographs the whole way down
In pictures: Veterans recall their roles in the D-Day landings
The Hump Office: 1942 "Switch lists coming in by teletype to the hump office at a Chicago & North Western railroad yard, Chicago." Kodachrome transparency by Jack Delano for the Office of War Information.