75th Anniversary of D-Day

Photos

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Pres. Eisenhower Speech Paratroopers

Pres. Eisenhower Speech Paratroopers

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Troops Invade

Troops Invade

Source: The National WWII Museum

Portsmouth

Portsmouth

In the early hours of June 6, 1944, more than 150,000 allied troops set off from Portsmouth to begin the attack on Normandy. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Portsmouth

Portsmouth

Portsmouth, port city in Hampshire, England. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Arriving Caen from English Channel

Arriving Caen from English Channel

Group of MTSU student reporters arrive in Caen at sunset after crossing the English Channel from Portsmouth. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Pointe du Hoc

Pointe du Hoc

Pointe du Hoc was a strategic point in the German defenses. 135 Rangers lost their lives at Pointe du Hoc in the fighting that took place on June 6th and 7th. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Interview at Pointe du Hoc

Interview at Pointe du Hoc

MTSU multimedia journalism students JR Smith and Megan Cole conducting an interview at Pointe du Hoc. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Pointe du Hoc

Pointe du Hoc

MTSU multimedia journalism students Joseph Choi and Tee Gladney recording video at Pointe du Hoc. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Omaha Beach Memorial

Omaha Beach Memorial

Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Omaha Beach Memorial

Omaha Beach Memorial

MTSU multimedia journalism student JR Smith shooting video at Omaha Beach. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Omaha Beach Memorial

Omaha Beach Memorial

Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Normandy American Cemetery

Normandy American Cemetery

American and French flags placed at Normandy American Cemetery ahead of 75th Anniversary commemoration. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Normandy American Cemetery

Normandy American Cemetery

MTSU student reporters photographing "The Spirit of American Youth Rising from the Waves" sculpture at the Normandy American Cemetery. Photo: Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

The Seine River in Paris

The Seine River in Paris

Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

Imperial War Museum, London

Imperial War Museum, London

Dr. Christine Eschenfelder

A Journey in France

Photo Essay by, Sabrina Washington

Middle Tennessee News Reporter

England's Flora

Photo Essay by, Sabrina Washington

Middle Tennessee News Reporter