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29 Let's GO!

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Artist: James Dietz

L/E of 1000
S/N by the Artist
Image Size: 30" x 15"
Paper Size: 36" x 21"

It was 0630, June 6, 1944, shortly after low tide, when the first units landed on Omaha Beach on the Normandy Coast of France. Facing well prepared German positions and making their way through the extensive obstacles know as “Rommel’s asparagus,” four companies of the 116th Regional Combat Team (RCT) led the way, followed by wave after wave of determined Twenty- Niners. The going was slow and difficult, with heavy casualties in the early morning hours. The Division battle cry which had become popular during training exercises, “29 Let’s Go,” could be heard across the beach as leaders urged the Guardsmen forward. PLANE JUNKIE - 29 Let's Go by Jame Dietz (Omaha Beach, Normandy)

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