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An overturned Humber south of Caumont

An overturned Humber south of Caumont

6-pdr anti-tank guns towed by 'Quad' artillery tractors, Tunisia, 5 December 1942.

6-pdr anti-tank guns towed by 'Quad' artillery tractors, Tunisia, 5 December 1942.

Universal carriers and infantrymen of the 15th (Scottish) Infantry Division move forward during Operation Bluecoat, 30 July 1944.

Universal carriers and infantrymen of the 15th (Scottish) Infantry Division move forward during Operation Bluecoat, 30 July 1944.

A Sherman tank rolls past soldiers of the British 43rd Wessex Division on February 17, 1945. This photograph was taken during the Allied advance on the German town of Goch as fighting raged in the Reichs- wald.

A Sherman tank rolls past soldiers of the British 43rd Wessex Division on February 17, 1945. This photograph was taken during the Allied advance on the German town of Goch as fighting raged in the Reichs- wald.

Sergeant R. Gagnon of Le Régiment de la Chaudière with a German prisoner on Nan White Beach, Bernières-sur-Mer, France, 6 June 1944. Photographer: Frank L. Dubervill

Sergeant R. Gagnon of Le Régiment de la Chaudière with a German prisoner on Nan White Beach, Bernières-sur-Mer, France, 6 June 1944. Photographer: Frank L. Dubervill

U.S. tanks during the Battle of the Bulge (six photos) | World War II Social Place

U.S. tanks during the Battle of the Bulge (six photos) | World War II Social Place

Infantry moving up during attacks between Hill 112 and Hill 113 in the Odon valley, 16 July 1944.

Infantry moving up during attacks between Hill 112 and Hill 113 in the Odon valley, 16 July 1944.

A Sherman tank and infantry of 11th Armoured Division cross a canal at Someren in The Netherlands, 24 September 1944.

A Sherman tank and infantry of 11th Armoured Division cross a canal at Someren in The Netherlands, 24 September 1944.

British Churchill tanks carrying infantry advance towards St Pierre Tarentaine, Normandy, 3 August 1944.

British Churchill tanks carrying infantry advance towards St Pierre Tarentaine, Normandy, 3 August 1944.

The Battle for Normandy: A British 4.5 inch gun being primed ready for firing by men of 211 Battery, 64th Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery near Tilly-sur-Seulles, during the holding operation before the push to Caen.

The Battle for Normandy: A British 4.5 inch gun being primed ready for firing by men of 211 Battery, 64th Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery near Tilly-sur-Seulles, during the holding operation before the push to Caen.

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