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German soldiers inspect the landing craft carrying the bodies of dead Canadian and British soldiers after the Dieppe raid 1942

The Dieppe Raid - Canadian prisoners of war being lead through Dieppe August 1942

A German soldier directs Allied prisoners after the failed Dieppe Raid, 19 August

G.i.s. près de Rome lisent de l’invasion de la Normandie dans les nouvelles de tête de pont. « Comment vous aimez qui? » Clark se sont plaints. « Ils n’ont même nous faire les une des journaux pour la chute de Rome pendant une journée. »

s near Rome read of the Normandy invasion in The Beachhead News. “How do you like that? “They didn’t even let us have the newspaper headlines for the fall of Rome for one day.

Disembarkation of wounded troops during Operation JUBILEE, the raid on Dieppe. / Débarquement de soldats blessés lors de lopération « Jubilee », le raid sur Dieppe by BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives, via Flickr

Soldiers who took part in Operation Jubilee, the raid on Dieppe, disembarking from a Royal Navy destroyer in England.

Some of the first American soldiers to attack the German defenses in Higgins Boats (LCVPs) approach Omaha Beach near Normandy, France on June 6, 1944. Plastic covers protect the soldier's weapons against from the water. (Photo by Robert F. Sargent, U.S. Coast Guard/Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images)

Different kind of last image. A US Landing craft approaching Omaha beach on D-Day,June

A soldier of 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers, 15th (Scottish) Division, searches wrecked buildings in Blerick, a suburb of Venlo in The Netherlands, 5 December 1944.

B A soldier of King's Own Scottish Borderers (Scottish) Division searches wrecked buildings in Blerick a suburb of Venlo in Holland 5 December 1944

A machine gun position established by the 54th Battalion during the morning of the attack through Peronne. The photograph was taken the following day, after the capture of the town, when positions close to it had been taken. Pictured, left to right: Private Cullen, A Company, 53rd Battalion; Private A. Storen, A Company, 54th Battalion; unidentified (standing at back); Sergeant Kelly, 54th Battalion and Private McSweeney, 54th Battalion. 2 September 1918.

“ A machine gun position established by the Australian Battalion during the morning of the attack through Peronne during the Hundred Days’ Offensive. ” Pictured, left to right: Private Cullen, A Company, Battalion; Storen, A.

Opération-Jubilee-défense-allemande. Aout 1942

Opération-Jubilee-défense-allemande. Aout 1942

British Commando troops of the 50th (Northumbrian) Infantry Division coming ashore from LCIs (Landing Craft Infantry) Gold Beach, D-Day ─ 1944

Monty's D-Day battle cry: Signed copy of his stirring words found in an old book

"The infantry, the humble foot soldiers, now about to fulfil their classice role." Troops from the (Northumbrian) Infantry Division storm ashore near La Riviere, Gold Beach. Commando troops coming ashore from LCIs (Landing Craft Infantry).

Canadian soldier fires on the enemy in a house in Caen, 10 July 1944. http://wrhstol.com/2ADC3qi

Canadian soldier fires on the enemy in a house in Caen, 10 July 1944. http://wrhstol.com/2ADC3qi

soldats canadiens prisonnier en 1942 apres l'echec du debarquement

soldats canadiens prisonnier en 1942 apres l'echec du debarquement

De brug bij Arnhem gezien vanuit de verdediging van het 2nd Bn onder commando van L-Col. John Dutton Frost.  Links de majoor die zijn parapluie overal mee naar toenam omdat hij steeds het wachtwoord vergat.

Very famous picture of Airborne at Arnhem bridge 1944 the chap waving the umbrella in defiance is Major Allison Digby Tatham-warter a true Englishman.

Massacre à Dieppe

Massacre à Dieppe

GIs take a rest inside the heavily damaged church in the newly recaptured town of St. George D’Elle weeks after the invasion of Normandy, July 1944

GIs take a rest inside the heavily damaged church and, out of sight of German snipers, in the newly recaptured town of St. George D’Elle weeks after the invasion of Normandy, July 1944

Resultado de imagen de cranston fine arts military

Resultado de imagen de cranston fine arts military

Dieppe, 1942, un certain mois d'été, des morts, des blessés, des prisonniers, du matériel gaspillé, pour quel résultat? Quelques photos côté allemand: je mets l

Dieppe, 1942, un certain mois d'été, des morts, des blessés, des prisonniers, du matériel gaspillé, pour quel résultat? Quelques photos côté allemand: je mets l

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