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Operation Husky: The Sicily Landings 9-10 July 1943: Instructions being signalled to waiting landing craft by semaphore at dawn of the opening day of the invasion of Sicily. One is LCI (L) 124 the other is an unidentified LCT.

Operation Husky: The Sicily Landings July Instructions being signalled to waiting landing craft by semaphore at dawn of the opening day of the invasion of Sicily. One is LCI (L) 124 the other is an unidentified LCT.

A ' VERY DRAMATIC ' photo from World War Two showing a landing craft gun (medium) (almost certainly LCG (M) 101) crew fighting to save their shell ridden and sinking craft during the landing by Royal Marine commandos on the island of Walcheren at Westkape. Note how everybody is engaged in the effort with no signs of panic when the boat is almost under.

A ' VERY DRAMATIC ' photo from World War Two showing a landing craft gun (medium) (almost certainly LCG (M) crew fighting to save their shell ridden and sinking craft during the landing by Royal Marine commandos on the island of Walcheren at Westkape

Operation Husky: British Highland Division unloads stores from landing craft tanks (LCTs) near Syracuse, Sicily, 10 July 1943. - See more at: http://ww2today.com/10th-july-1943-the-commandos-seaborne-assault-on-sicily#sthash.O8fCAmZT.dpuf

Just after dawn men of the Highland Division are up to their waists in water unloading stores from landing craft tanks. Meanwhile beach roads are being prepared for heavy and light traffic during dawn of the opening day of the invasion of Sicily.

US Marines, wounded during the landings at Empress Augusta Bay, Bougainville, are lifted onto waiting hospital ship, 1943.

November 1943 A U. soldier wounded in the initial invasion at Empress Augusta Bay is being hoisted aboard a Coast Guard-manned transport off shore of Bougainville island.

Operation Husky: The Sicily Landings 9-10 July 1943: A tractor comes to the rescue of an armoured vehicle which had stuck in the mud temporarily during the invasion of Sicily, several landing craft can be seen in the background at dawn of the opening day of the invasion.

The Drive for Messina 10 July - 17 August British dummy tanks on the Catania Plain.

Allied forces on their way for the invasion of Sicily near port city of Gela. Italy. 1943

Allied forces on their way for the invasion of Sicily near port city of Gela.

US Army DUKW coming ashore at Gela, Sicily, Italy, 1943

US Army DUKW coming ashore at Gela, Sicily, Italy, pin by Paolo Marzioli

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LCVPs from APAs Barnett and Monrovia unloaded supplies onto the beach near Gela, Sicly, 10 Jul 1943; note LST-344 and LST-338 in background

Unloading troops and supplies on the Gela beaches for the invasion of Sicily, Operation Husky, 10 July LCVPs (Landing Craft, Vehicle or Personnel) in foreground; LSTs (Landing Ship, Tank) in background.

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Unloading troops and supplies on the Gela beaches for the invasion of Sicily, Operation Husky, 10 July 1943. LCVPs (Landing Craft, Vehicle or Personnel) in foreground; LSTs (Landing Ship, Tank) in background. In "With Every Letter," Lt. Tom MacGilliver lands at Gela in an LCVP.

Unloading troops and supplies on the Gela beaches for the invasion of Sicily, Operation Husky, 10 July LCVPs (Landing Craft, Vehicle or Personnel) in foreground; LSTs (Landing Ship, Tank) in background.