American Merchant Marine at Normandy June 1944

D-Day Plus 60 Years, by Bruce L. Felknor

Phoenixes, Mulberries, Whales, Lobnitzes, Corncobs and Role of Tugs at Normandy Harbor on D-Day June 6, 1944

A Concrete Ship at D-Day 1944 and Why They Owe Me a Trip on the Queen Mary

Ghost Ships at Normandy, SS Potter, blockship at Normandy beach, By Joseph Israels II, reprinted in Mast Magazine, November 1944

The Useful Death of the MV Galveston, by Captain Tom Crichton. A blockship at Normandy beach

List of American Merchant Marine Ships at Normandy in June 1944

List of Ships Sunk or Damaged at Normandy

U.S. Merchant Ships with U.S. Naval Armed Guard aboard Participating in Normandy Invasion Earning Battle Stars

Merchant Seamen Are D-Day Heroes. [Editorial] New York Times, Saturday, June 10, 1944

Huge U.S. Service Army Rushes Supplies to Front, By Raymond Daniell, New York Times, August 19, 1944

U.S. Ships Deliver 'Tommies' On Beach, By Gene Currivan, New York Times, June 21,1944

Messages From General Dwight D. Eisenhower prior and after Normandy D-Day