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Brigadier General McAuliffe, circa 1944British Air Vice-Marshal Richard Saul in conversation with another officer, date unknownBritish battleship HMS Valiant and French battleship Richelieu, 1940s; photograph taken from HMS Queen ElizabethBritish Royal Marines fitting tampions to the guns of turret No. 1 or No. 3 aboard HMS Howe, date unknown
Brigadier General McAuliffe, circa 1944British Air Vice-Marshal Richard Saul in conversation with another officer, date unknownBritish battleship HMS Valiant and French battleship Richelieu, 1940s; photograph taken from HMS Queen ElizabethBritish Royal Marines fitting tampions to the guns of turret No. 1 or No. 3 aboard HMS Howe, date unknown
British Royal Navy British soldier with a 3.45 in RCL Mk I recoilless rifle, date unknownBritish Spitfire fighter attempting to topple a German V-1 flying bomb with its wing tip, date unknownBritish Tetrarch light tank being unloaded from Hamilcar glider during training (as suggested by sandbags and lack of landing gear), date unknown
British Royal Navy 'frogman', during WW2British soldier with a 3.45 in RCL Mk I recoilless rifle, date unknownBritish Spitfire fighter attempting to topple a German V-1 flying bomb with its wing tip, date unknownBritish Tetrarch light tank being unloaded from Hamilcar glider during training (as suggested by sandbags and lack of landing gear), date unknown
British Tetrarch light tank with Little John adaptor, date unknownBritish Tetrarch light tank, date unknownBritish troops loading field gun aboard Horsa Mk II glider with glider nose section swung away, date unknownBritish WAAF member and an American non-commissioned officer recording the arrival of an American aircraft in the operations room of US Air Transport Command at Prestwick Airport, Scotland, United Kingdom, 1944
British Tetrarch light tank with Little John adaptor, date unknownBritish Tetrarch light tank, date unknownBritish troops loading field gun aboard Horsa Mk II glider with glider nose section swung away, date unknownBritish WAAF member and an American non-commissioned officer recording the arrival of an American aircraft in the operations room of US Air Transport Command at Prestwick Airport, Scotland, United Kingdom, 1944
British WAAF radio operators intercepting German nightfighter communications with the Corona System, 1940sBritish workers preparing Spitfire fighters destined for the Soviet Union, date unknownBritish-equipped Chinese soldiers preparing to march into Burma, date unknownBroadside view of the Curtiss C-46 Commando in flight, Circa 1944. Note the twin paratrooper doors on either side of the airplane, unlike the single door of the C-47.
British WAAF radio operators intercepting German nightfighter communications with the Corona System, 1940sBritish workers preparing Spitfire fighters destined for the Soviet Union, date unknownBritish-equipped Chinese soldiers preparing to march into Burma, date unknownBroadside view of the Curtiss C-46 Commando in flight, Circa 1944. Note the twin paratrooper doors on either side of the airplane, unlike the single door of the C-47.
Buildings occupied by American Buildings occupied by American Burial service of two Jewish and two Russian resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, near Pinsk, Poland (now in Belarus), 1944Burke reading on the starboard bridge wing of his flagship, USS Charles Ausburne, Solomon Islands, 1943-1944
Buildings occupied by American 'Flying Tigers' airmen, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, circa 1944, photo 1 of 2Buildings occupied by American 'Flying Tigers' airmen, Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, circa 1944, photo 2 of 2Burial service of two Jewish and two Russian resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, near Pinsk, Poland (now in Belarus), 1944Burke reading on the starboard bridge wing of his flagship, USS Charles Ausburne, Solomon Islands, 1943-1944

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