Infantry of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 15th (Scottish) Division, in action in a sunken lane during Operation 'Epsom', Normandy, 26 June 1944.
Sherman DD tanks of 'B' Squadron, 13th/18th Royal Hussars support men of No. 4 Army Commando on the Rue de Riva- Bella in Ouistreham, 6 June 1944.
Men of 12 Platoon, 'B' Company, 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers take cover in St Manvieu during Operation 'Epsom', Normandy,  26 June 1944.
The Royal Navy Beachmaster's HQ on the beach near Courseulles, Normandy, 13 June 1944.
Pierre Lefevre, a Free French war correspondent, making a broadcast as a Sherman Firefly tank moves up to the battle area, Normandy, 5 August 1944.
A line of Phoenix caisson units, part of the 'Mulberry' artificial harbour at Arromanches, 12 June 1944.
Infantry of 15th (Scottish) Division advance through waist-high corn, supported by Churchill tanks of 7th Royal Tank Regiment during Operation 'Epsom', Normandy, 28 June 1944.
A sniper applying camouflage face cream at a British sniper school in Normandy, 27 July 1944.
A soldier from 101st Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment prepares for D-Day by reading his French handbook at a camp near Portsmouth, 29 May 1944.
Infantry of 8 Rifle Brigade (Motor), 11th Armoured Divsion, move forward cautiously near Eterville, Normandy, 29 June 1944.
Major General Sir Percy Hobart, 16 June 1942. In March 1943 he was made responsible for the development of specialised armoured vehicles, known as 'funnies', to spearhead the D-Day assault.
Lieutenant General Miles Dempsey, commanding British 2nd Army, with General Sir Bernard Montgomery in France, 16 July 1944.