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Our living quarters for the first few days of the invasion: a bombed-out German bunker off the shores of Omaha Beach.

La Pie qui Tette, Vierville, France, the first few days in Normandy.

Chas Townsend [NJ] enjoying lunch in a bombed out German concrete bunker in Cerisy Forest, Normandy

Geo Galusha [CA], Walt Nowak, Roger Sirois [MA], Belgium

Map carried through Europe, with the route marked by blue pencil.

Bomb damage, Vire, France. July 1944

J. Ventimiglia [NY] Eupen, Belgium

Bob Searl [NJ]: Cerisey Forest, France

Meal time by 56th Signal Battalion Forces at Communications Test Point located in the Cerisey Forest, a few miles from the Beaches of Normandy and near St. Lo. The station was located adjacent to a damaged concrete bunker as a result of a direct hit…

This was a very exciting evening spent in London in February 1944. Lots of noise and anxious moments spent in the heart of the city around Piccadilly Circus area. Fortunately no close hits in the vicinity that we could see or hear. Could have been a…

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