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HIGH AND DRY AT MORLAIX

High and Dry at Morlaix ...

   During the siege of Brest, France (August-September 1944), two American ships, LST-325 (right) and LST-72, unload supplies directly onto trucks after being left "high and dry" by the tide at Morlaix, France, 5 September 1944. Photo courtesy U.S. Army Signal Corps (Photo No. SC-194739).

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