The men didn’t dash ashore after being aboard a landing craft for five solid days. They just walked slowly and cautiously, fearful of bombs or mines that were thrown in the area…but this is the way we had to go ashore, and I needn’t tell you that a lot of the boys didn’t make it.
Jack H. Lieb, D-Day to Germany 1944
In 1944, Lieb was one of several correspondents who followed the Allied advance across Europe after Overlord. Working for the newsreel News of the Day, he shot silent color footage of the Utah Beach landing, and the liberation of Paris with his own 16mm camera.