A North American Mitchell Mk II of No. 320 (Dutch) Squadron flying over the Colombelles steel works near Caen in Normandy, during an attack on 22 June 1944.
Sherman Crab Mk II flail tank, one of General Hobart's 'funnies' of 79th Armoured Division, during minesweeping tests in the UK, 27 April 1944.
Infantry of 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 15th (Scottish) Division, advance behind a Churchill tank of 9th Royal Tank Regiment at the start of Operation 'Epsom' in Normandy, 26 June 1944.
The Commander of 21st Army Group, General Sir Bernard Montgomery, during his first press conference for Allied war correspondents after the Allied invasion of Normandy, 11 June 1944.
A wounded soldier being helped aboard the cruiser HMS FROBISHER off the Normandy coast, 6 June 1944.
A sergeant of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps bandages the wounded ear of 'Jasper', a mine-detecting dog at Bayeux in Normandy, 5 July 1944.
Four 'stick' commanders of 22nd Independent Parachute Company, 6th Airborne Division, synchronising their watches in front of an Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle at about 11 pm on 5 June 1944, just prior to take off from RAF Harwell in Oxfordshire.
Men of the 5/7th Gordon Highlanders occupy a defensive position in a hedgerow, Normandy, 17 June 1944.
REME personnel cutting suspension components from a Sherman tank at a vehicle salvage dump in Normandy, 1 August 1944.
A fleet of LCAs (assault landing craft) pass a landing ship as King George VI takes the salute on board the headquarters ship HMS BULOLO off Beaulieu, 24 May 1944.
A view of 'Pegasus Bridge' over the Caen Canal at Benouville, 12 July 1944. Two of the Horsa gliders that brought the 'coup de main' force in on the night of D-Day can be seen in the background.
Discarded parachutes and Airspeed Horsa gliders lie scattered over 6th Airborne Division's landing zone near Ranville in Normandy, 6 June 1944.