Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
We produced SO MANY different, powerful, and interesting aircraft during WW2 at the apex of propeller driven flight.
The Seine sure got wide! That may be at the mouth of the Seine.
The Germans called it the "Fork tailed devil"
I think the photo is mislabeled. The Seine ends at the port of Le Havre. I see a bunch of ships heading to a beach. Le Havre is only 15 miles from Sword Beach and the P38 has invasion stripes so I'm guessing this photo was taken over one of the D-Day beaches, probably Sword judging by the curvature of the shore.Al_in_Ottawa