Paul Reynolds Photo Colourisations
'Operation Market Garden' Private Joe Cunnington, of the 1st Border's Anti-Tank Platoon and from the crew of "Gallipoli II", in his foxhole among the...
Two Guernsey boys 1940
Shot in a Guernsy street soon after the German invasion on June, 30, 1940. This was the only British soil to be occupied by the Nazis during the war.
WW2 Colourised Photos
Troops on their way to the port at Brest during the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from France, June 1940. 'Operation Ariel' The...
Royal Scots Waterloo Colours to be displayed for last time at Edinburgh Castle
To mark 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, The Royal Scots regimental Colours, which they carried into the battle, are to be displayed for the last time to the public at Edinburgh Castle.
A group from the Special Boat Section (SBS) pose for the camera on a Greek island. c.1942. The Special Boat Section was founded in July 1940 by a Commando officer, Roger Courtney. He was unsuccessful in his initial attempts to convince the Admiralty, that his idea of a folding kayak brigade would be effective. They became known as the Special Boat Service in the 1980's. (Colourisation and text by Paul Reynolds)