Arrival on Juno Beach
The tide might be out, but it might have been easier for the Canadian soldiers to cross on the dunes of Juno Beach. It was one of five main landing locations for D-Day. You see Bernieres-Sur-Mer, the coastal village, in the back. Luckily, you don’t see weapons pulled right now.
“Death’s Jaws” is the title of this picture. Robert F. Sargent was a chief photographer and captured the still. It’s one of the most common pictures of the D-Day landings, showing the soldiers from the US Army First Infantry Division rushing behind the Omaha Beach ship.