Bob Landry1944-06-07

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New York, United States

7th June 1944: Full-length image of an American GI (Elmer Habbs of Delaware) reclining on a patch of grass next to a signpost during a march inward from Sainte-Mere-Eglise, France, Normandy Invasion, World War II. US troops had just captured the town from the Germans. (Photo by Bob Landry/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)


  • Title: Sainte-Mere-Eglise
  • Creator: Bob Landry
  • Date Created: 1944-06-07
  • Date Published: 2004-04-06
  • Provenance: Archive Photos
  • Subject Keywords: Single, Image, Clothing, Horizontal, Full Length, Black And White, War, France, Armed Forces, Army, Military, Politics, Directional Sign, Grass, Reclining, Males, US Military, Military Uniform, World War II, March, Patch, 1940-1949

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