Web Archive: Eight excellent maps from Gordon Harrison's Cross-Channel Attack. The resolution on some could be better.
Web Archive: Photographer Robert Capa: Real photos of Omaha Beach from softwhale.com's Omaha Beach: D-Day, June 6th, 1944 , which collects oodles of D-day photos.
Navy Art Collection on D-Day. Paintings, charcoal drawings and so forth from Navy artists Mitchell Jamieson, Alexander Russo and Dwight Shepler. Most are the typical, rather saccharine fare that hang on official corridors and which nobody looks at. To my eye those by Mitchell Jamieson, such as Naval Demolition Team in Action , are a cut above.
Combat artist Jamieson and others discuss their work. Transcript from "America's Defense Monitor" radio program.
Amazon. They Drew Fire: Combat Artists of World War II, documentary and companion book.
A Tour of the Normandy Battlefields by Gerhard Rempel. Professor tours Normandy with a camera and old pictures, with side focus on Hitler's child-soldiers.
Pictures of the 50th Anniversary celebrations at Pointe du Hoc, Normandy. Pictures and text by Vivian Corbin. See also the author's "Silent Sentinels" of Pointe du Hoc (German Atlantic Wall remains).
Normandy Today by Joseph Hickman, in German, French, Italian and Spanish. I can't get this site to work, but it promises good material.
Personalized Normandy war grave videos from Forget-me-Not Video Services. The videographer is visiting Normandy and will make videos of your loved one's grave.
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