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Members of a U.S. Navy Beach Battalion dig in and arrange gear for their first night ashore in France on June 9, 1944. (AP Photo) - ( Omaha Beach ? Utah Beach ? )

Members of a U.S. Navy Beach Battalion dig in and arrange gear for their first night ashore in France on June 9, 1944. (AP Photo) - ( Omaha Beach ? Utah Beach ? )

England.  Cpl. Carroll B. Johnson, Port Arthur, Texas, and Pfc. Carroll Davis, Philadelphia, Pa., at work in their Mobile Machine Shop as part of the 829th Engineers, near Eye, England.  (2 Mar 43) Signal Corps Photo: ETO-HQ-43-1632  (Pearson)

England. Cpl. Carroll B. Johnson, Port Arthur, Texas, and Pfc. Carroll Davis, Philadelphia, Pa., at work in their Mobile Machine Shop as part of the 829th Engineers, near Eye, England. (2 Mar 43) Signal Corps Photo: ETO-HQ-43-1632 (Pearson)

Homeland Security in 1942 -- Shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor, guards were stationed at bridges across the Mississippi River, including the traffic bridge at Cape Girardeau. By Feb. 21, 1942, when this photo was made, Army regulars from Fort Custer, Mich., had taken over guard duty here.

Homeland Security in 1942 -- Shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor, guards were stationed at bridges across the Mississippi River, including the traffic bridge at Cape Girardeau. By Feb. 21, 1942, when this photo was made, Army regulars from Fort Custer, Mich., had taken over guard duty here.

The following images are not merely of the Nazi brutality in the concentration camps, but the series of articles  cover the excessive besti...

The following images are not merely of the Nazi brutality in the concentration camps, but the series of articles cover the excessive besti...

An American infantryman picks up a wounded German soldier on the road to St. Lo, France, and helps him into a half-track. The German was abandoned by his own troops after being wounded. 20 June 1944.

An American infantryman picks up a wounded German soldier on the road to St. Lo, France, and helps him into a half-track. The German was abandoned by his own troops after being wounded. 20 June 1944.

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