|The opening of the port to fishing three weeks after the arrival of the Allies appreciably bucked up the Cherbourg fisherman's morale. Fishing operations had been suspended during the five months before the Allied invasion. Realizing that fresh fish and lobster would make a welcome addition to the town's food supplies, the Americans gave the fisherman a much needed supply of gasoline.|
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