Friday, March 10, 2006

D-Day: The Lost Evidence

Beginning at dawn on D-Day, Allied reconnaissance planes flew up and down the coast every hour on the hour, photographing the largest invasion in history.

By the end of the day, a visual record unlike any other was logged on film. As soon as the invasion ended, however, these images were lost. Until now.

These never-before-seen images give a first hand account of D-Day from the air as they unfolded.


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