Haunting images take you on a trip of time travel, combining historical photographs with their modern-day settings.
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Passing through: Members of the 101st airborne passing through Sainte Marie du Mont enroute to Carentan
June 1944 – 2015
Men of the Durham Light Infantry, 49th (West Riding) Division alongside a knocked-out German Tiger tank from the 3rd Company of SS Heavy Tank Battalion in Rauray,during Operation ‘Epsom’, 28 June 1944 – 2015
German soldiers at the gate of Fort de Boncelles in Belgium, May 1940 – 2015.
Universal carriers and motorcycles driving inland from Arromanches during the build-up of Allied reinforcements in the bridgehead, 22 June 1944 -2015 (in reality its Route du Débarquement
Firefighters and other emergency personnel respond to the crash of a B-29 prototype at the Frye Meat Packing Plant,Seattle . A total of 32 died on the plane and in the fire. Feb 1943 – 2015 (the present building was built on the same footings as the original)
A truck pulling a 3.7 inch anti-aircraft gun moves along the Quai de Julliet in Caen. In the distance can be seen the Abbaye des Hommes. 1944 – 2015
Honour and sadness:Silver Star award ceremony Carentan ( one of the flower girls ,Danielle Laisney was killed by German artillery during this ceremony,although accounts and dates vary) June 1944 – 2015 ( now photo Barbara Wilkinson ty)
Relief:US troops meet at the corner of what is now Mcauliffe Place,Bastogne .1944 – 2015
WN33:The British 2nd Army: Royal Navy Commandos of LCOCU (Landing Craft Obstacle Clearing Unit) examine a large casemate and its 88mm gun which formed part of German strongpoint WN33 on the western edge of La Riviere, and which caused the forces landing on ‘King’ Beach, GOLD Area considerable trouble before it was silenced. 1944 – 2015
Which way now: Major General Manton Sprague Eddy, commander 9th Infantry Division confers with his officers in Beauvain
The late fine was huge: Italian soldiers requisition library books from the Library of Palazzo Barberini for reading material to be sent to Italian soldiers on the front lines. Rome, Italy. 1941 – 2015