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One of the Two seagoing vehicles framed between two cargo ships anchored in Cherbourg harbor as it heads for shore with its load of supplies for the advancing allied armies.

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One of the Two seagoing vehicles framed between two cargo ships anchored in Cherbourg harbor as it heads for shore with its load of supplies for the advancing allied armies.
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One of the Two seagoing vehicles framed between two cargo ships anchored in Cherbourg harbor as it heads for shore with its load of supplies for the advancing allied armies.
One of the Two seagoing vehicles framed between two cargo ships anchored in Cherbourg harbor as it heads for shore with its load of supplies for the advancing allied armies.
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One of the Two seagoing vehicles framed between two cargo ships anchored in Cherbourg harbor as it heads for shore with its load of supplies for the advancing allied armies. Cherbourg Harbour (French rade de Cherbourg; literally, the roadstead of Cherbourg), a harbour in France, is believed to be the second largest artificial harbour in the world with a surface area of around 1,500 hectares (the world's largest artificial harbour is Ras Laffan in Qatar which has an area of 4,500 hectares). Historically Cherbourg has been used for mercantile shipping as well as a naval base. It was begun in 1783, with its central harbour wall was completed in 1853 - this was 3.64 km long, an average of 100m wide at its base and an average of 12 m wide at its top, and sited 4 km from the coast. Three forts were added to the central wall in 1860. This and the two other harbour-walls stretch for more than 6 km. The eastern opening into the harbour is 950 m wide and the western one 2.3 km wide. The harbour's maximum depth is 13 m at low tide. ship, water, motor, boats, supplies, cargo ships, cherbourg port

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