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PDH relief 6-8-44

US 2nd Ranger Battalion at Pointe du Hoc after relief on D+2 (June 8, 1944), when American flag had been spread out to stop fire of friendly tanks coming from inland. Some German prisoners are being moved in after capture (US Army Signal Corps photo)

US 2nd Ranger Battalion at Pointe du Hoc after relief on D+2 (June 8, 1944), when American flag had been spread out to stop fire of friendly tanks coming from inland. Some German prisoners are being moved in after capture (US Army Signal Corps photo)

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