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Boats such as those shown in the photograph were used in which 1944 invasion?
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That is the historical picture titled "Landing craft used in the Invasion of Normandy in World War II."
The Invasion of Normandy is referred to as D-day.
The following major units were landed on D-Day. A more detailed order of battle for D-Day itself can be found at Normandy landings.
British 6th Airborne Division.
British I Corps, British 3rd Infantry Division and the British 27th Armoured Brigade.
Canadian 3rd Infantry Division, Canadian 2nd Armoured Brigade
British XXX Corps, British 50th Infantry Division and British 8th Armoured Brigade.
British 79th Armoured Division
U.S. V Corps, U.S. 1st Infantry Division and U.S. 29th Infantry Division.
U.S. VII Corps, U.S. 4th Infantry Division.,U.S. 101st Airborne Division., U.S. 82nd Airborne Division.
The total number of troops landed on D-Day was around 130,000-156,000 roughly half American and the other from the Commonwealth Realms.
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