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Allied soldiers clear German mines in Southern France during World War II.
Allied troops during the invasion of Southern France during World War II. Allied soldiers clear German mines in France, using metal detectors to find mines. Closeup of two shoebox mines. American M4 amphibian Sherman tank with Duplex Drive beside the minefield. Soldiers sit on the beach with incomplete German pill boxes in the background. Soldiers carry ammunition and artillery shells. Two and a half ton DUKW amphibious vehicles haul 105 mm howitzer ashore as it moves past a wrecked railroad line. Location: France. Date: August 14, 1944.
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1944-08-14
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Keywords

German shoebox mines discovered using metal detectors
France
invasion of Southern France
105 mm howitzer
two and a half ton amphibious truck
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