Roger-Viollet | 882312 | World War II. Lined up in front of a wrecked German tank and displaying a captured swastika, is a group of Yank infantrymen who were left behind to
Roger-Viollet | 882312 | World War II. Lined up in front of a wrecked German tank and displaying a captured swastika, is a group of Yank infantrymen who were left behind to

World War II. Lined up in front of a wrecked German tank and displaying a captured swastika, is a group of Yank infantrymen who were left behind to "mop-up" in Chambois, France, last stronghold of the Nazis in the Falaise gap area. August 20, 1944.

Reference
8614-49
Licence
Right Managed
Credit
US National Archives / Roger-Viollet
Inventory number
US-91049
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