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D-Day and the Omaha Beach landings • Robert Capa • Magnum Photos
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Overview Experience the all-important Normandy invasion through some of D-Day's most incredible photographs. Product Details About the Author. Show More. Average Review.
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Blades is an archaeologist and historian whose research has included examinations of sites form World War II in France, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. An interest in Normandy first emerged during a visit in and has expanded greatly beyond an initial focus on documenting the landscape of Omaha Beach. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, daughter Emma, and three cats.