NAZI SOLDIERS LAND IN ENGLAND, BUT NOT AS CONQUERORS - Their faces revealing the dismay they felt at the overpowering Allied blow at the French Coast, long lines of Nazi prisoners are marched from a British landing craft at a warf at an undisclosed English port. A Coast Guard Combat Photographer snapped this picture of German captives, just before he boarded his own vessel for a return run to the French invasion coast.
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