THE INVASION STREAM FLOODS THE BEACHES OF FRANCE - Bulging with reinforcements for the liberation waves that struck the French beaches and breached the vaunted Atlantic wall, Coast Guard landing barges ferry the flood of fighting men who are spreading out over Normandy. They are transferred from a Coast Guard assault transport in the English Channel. In the distance, is a Rhino loaded with ambulance easing toward the beach.
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