These powerful colorized photos highlight the valor of those who served on D-Day

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Men of the 16th Infantry Regiment, U.S. 1st Infantry Division wade ashore on Omaha Beach on the morning of 6 June 1944.
(Marina Amaral)

In honor of the 73rd D-Day anniversary, Brazilian digital artist Marina Amaral shares the following colorized photos from the Normandy invasion.

Below is a selection of Amaral’s stunning work, to see more, please connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

All photographs are published with permission by Marina Amaral.

Pvt. Clarence Ware of San Pedro, Calif., paints the face of Pct. Charles Rlaudo of Minneapolis, Minn., before the D-Day invasion.

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American troops prepare ahead of the largest amphibious invasion.

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American troops wade onto the Fox Green section of Omaha Beach on the morning of June 6, 1944.dday These powerful colorized photos highlight the valor of those who served on D Day

Royal Marines Commandos move inland from Sword Beach on D-Day. A Churchill tank bridge-layer is seen in the background.marines These powerful colorized photos highlight the valor of those who served on D Day

Infantry of 50th Division move forward near St Gabriel, Normandy, between Ver-sur-Mer and Crepon.

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