Memories of D-Day
Curated by History Hit • 50m
June 6th 1944. Operation Overlord begins. Discover D-Day through the photographic eyes of the British Soldiers. In this film the memories of Peter Norris, Harry Oakes, John Aldred and Peter Handford of their photographic activity during D-Day are recollected and allow us to better understand the battle of images that occurred while re-conquering occupied territory.
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