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    • Brown Album Page 9

    • 1944-06-08
    • Brown Album, page 9: one wrecked glider on top of another glider two days after D-Day in Normandy; a glider that went through a house; crashed gliders on fields in Normandy
    • Brown Album Page 10

    • 1944-06
    • Brown Album, page 10: the wreckage of various gliders in Normandy, France, after D-Day; a 4th Platoon glider that has lost its tail
    • Brown Album Page 11

    • 1944-06
    • Brown Album, page 11: the wreckage of various gliders in Normandy, France, after D-Day; an English glider missing a wing on the ground; gliders which made good landings in a field; a German vehicle with gliders in the background
    • Brown Album Page 12

    • 1944-06
    • Brown Album, page 12: glider and jeep wreckage in a field in Normandy, France, after D-Day; wrecked gliders and gliders which landed safely
    • Brown Album Page 13

    • 1944-06-08; 1944
    • Brown Album, page 13: a view from inside the glider while it was in the air and a plane that is just leaving the ground in England; a rear, front, and side view of Kenny I. Knotts' glider after landing in Normandy
    • Brown Album Page 14

    • 1944-06-08
    • Brown Album, page 14: Kenny I. Knotts' glider after landing in Normandy, France, after D-Day; the remains of a C-47 which was shot down D-Day morning; a glider which was hit by a German 75mm Gun and machineguns; the remains of a C-47 which was...
    • Brown Album Page 15

    • 1944-06-08
    • Brown Album, page 15: glider wreckage after landing in Normandy, France, after D-Day; a glider hit by the German 75mm; a C-47 brought down by machinegun fire; a glider in a field and the location of the German 75mm Gun; a glider which landed on a...
    • Brown Album Page 16

    • 1944-06
    • Brown Album, page 16: a shot down C-47 in Normandy, France, after D-Day; the remains of a glider which was machine-gunned and burned with its pilot; the remains of another glider which was shot down
    • Brown Album Page 17

    • 1944-06
    • Brown Album, page 17: an 82nd Airborne Division cemetery; Soldiers examining the remains of a glider and the burnt bodies of the pilot and co-pilot in Normandy, France, after D-Day; signs for the American cemetery and Sainte Mere-Eglise; the 82nd...
    • HU Milne B44 no 11164

    • 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945
    • A soldier's field ration for one day - One egg; 2 1/2 ounces of butter and other fats; 12 ounces of grain products and cereals; 1 pint of milk; 12 ounces of potatoes; 4 ounces of tomatoes and citrus fruits; 7 ounces of leafy, green, and other...
    • Brown Album Page 19

    • 1944-06
    • Brown Album, page 19: German vehicles lining the road to Sainte Mere-Eglise, France; wounded German soldiers being treated at a camp in Normandy, France; a German jeep along the side of the road. post D-Day
    • We Are Now In This War

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    • We are now in this war; We are all in it all the way; Every single man, woman and child is a partner in the most tremendous undertaking of our American history. We must share together the bad news and the good news, the defeats and the victories -...
    • Brown Album Page 20

    • 1944
    • Brown Album, page 20: wounded German soldiers being treated at a camp in Normandy, France; some of the first German prisoners in Normandy; truck loads of German prisoners in the town of Sainte Mere-Eglise, France; walking wounded Germans resting...
    • Invent for Victory

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    • Invent for Victory; All americans who have an invention or an idea which might be useful to their country are urged to send it immediatley to Nation Inventors Council; Department of Commerce - Washington, D.C.
    • Brown Album Page 21

    • 1944-06-07
    • Brown Album, page 21: truck loads of German prisoners in Normandy, France; a large group of German prisoners; a field in Normandy with anti-glider poles; a clearing station on D-Day+1 (the day after D-Day) with the wounded being treated laying on...

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