Edward G. Malindine file photo [25844]

Edward Malindine

SurnameMalindine
Given NameEdward
CountryUnited Kingdom
CategoryPhotography
GenderMale

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ww2dbaseEdward G. Malindine born in 1906. He was a photographer for the London-based British newspaper Daily Herald before the war. After the outbreak of WW2, he served as an official photographer for the War Office. He returned to his position at the Daily Herald after the war. He passed away in 1970.

Last Major Revision: Sep 2016

Photographs Taken by Edward Malindine

Cruiser Mk IV tanks of 5th Royal Tank Regiment of 3rd Armoured Brigade of British 1st Armoured Division at Thursley Common, England, United Kingdom, Jul 1940Cruiser Mk IV tanks of 5th Royal Tank Regiment of 3rd Armoured Brigade of British 1st Armoured Division in a village in Surrey County, England, United Kingdom, Jul 1940, photo 1 of 2Cruiser Mk IV tanks of 5th Royal Tank Regiment of 3rd Armoured Brigade of British 1st Armoured Division in a village in Surrey County, England, United Kingdom, Jul 1940, photo 2 of 2British 9.2-inch coastal artillery gun crew in exercise, Culver Point Battery, Isle of Wight, England, United Kingdom, 24 Aug 1940
See all 23 photographs by Edward Malindine



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