Juno Beach Arrivals
While the water was shallow, the Canadian soldiers wished they’d been crossing the sand dunes on Juno Beach. This was one of five landing locations on D-Day. In the background, you can see Bernieres-Sur-Mer, and the men had no weapons drawn.
The photo below is one of the most popular D-Day landing pictures, and it was taken by Robert F. Sargent. He titled it “Death’s Jaws,” which is fitting. Clearly, you can see US Army soldiers of the First Infantry Division moving behind this Omaha Beach ship.