21 items in this album on 2 pages.

Men of 161 Infantry Officer Cadet Training Unit of Royal Military College with 2-inch mortar, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, 19402-inch mortar team of UK 2nd Warwickshire Regiment at Rumegies, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, 22 Jan 1940Men of D Company, 2nd Sherwood Foresters, UK 1st Division in a forward trench near Roches, France, 1 Apr 1940; Lance Corporal L. J. Harris seen shavingUniversal Carrier Mk I of UK Duke of Cornwall
Men of 161 Infantry Officer Cadet Training Unit of Royal Military College with 2-inch mortar, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, 19402-inch mortar team of UK 2nd Warwickshire Regiment at Rumegies, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, 22 Jan 1940Men of D Company, 2nd Sherwood Foresters, UK 1st Division in a forward trench near Roches, France, 1 Apr 1940; Lance Corporal L. J. Harris seen shavingUniversal Carrier Mk I of UK Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry at Sussex Downs in southern England, United Kingdom, 18 Oct 1940
Belgian 2-inch mortar team in training, Wales, United Kingdom, 10 Feb 1941Norwegian Brigade 2-inch mortar team in training, Dumfries, Scotland, United Kingdom, 27 Jun 1941Sikh troops training with Bren guns and 2-inch mortar, western Egypt, 6 Aug 1941Rhodesian troops of 60th King
Belgian 2-inch mortar team in training, Wales, United Kingdom, 10 Feb 1941Norwegian Brigade 2-inch mortar team in training, Dumfries, Scotland, United Kingdom, 27 Jun 1941Sikh troops training with Bren guns and 2-inch mortar, western Egypt, 6 Aug 1941Rhodesian troops of 60th King's Royal Rifle Corps training with 2-inch mortar in North Africa, 12 May 1942, photo 1 of 2
Rhodesian troops of 60th KingInstructor showing men of UK Royal Welch Fusiliers how to fire a 2-inch mortar from the hip, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 21 Aug 1942British 2-inch mortar team, near Lewes, southern England, United Kingdom, 22 Aug 19422-inch mortar team of UK Royal Scots Fusiliers, Scotland, United Kingdom, 27 Aug 1942
Rhodesian troops of 60th King's Royal Rifle Corps training with 2-inch mortar in North Africa, 12 May 1942, photo 2 of 2Instructor showing men of UK Royal Welch Fusiliers how to fire a 2-inch mortar from the hip, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, 21 Aug 1942British 2-inch mortar team, near Lewes, southern England, United Kingdom, 22 Aug 19422-inch mortar team of UK Royal Scots Fusiliers, Scotland, United Kingdom, 27 Aug 1942
2-inch mortar team of 1st Royal Ulster Rifles, UK 1st Airborne Division in Britain, 29 Aug 1942Manfred Barak and Avraham Kane of the Haganah firing a 2-inch mortar, Palestine, 1943A 2-inch mortar being fired from a Universal Carrier in Britain, 10 May 19432-inch mortar team in Britain, Mar 1944
2-inch mortar team of 1st Royal Ulster Rifles, UK 1st Airborne Division in Britain, 29 Aug 1942Manfred Barak and Avraham Kane of the Haganah firing a 2-inch mortar, Palestine, 1943A 2-inch mortar being fired from a Universal Carrier in Britain, 10 May 19432-inch mortar team in Britain, Mar 1944
Universal Carrier and crew of UK 2nd Sherwood Foresters regiment, Anzio, Italy, Apr 1944; note 2-inch mortar2-inch mortar team of 2nd Battalion, UK East Lancashire Regiment near Pinbaw, Dec 1944A soldier of 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, UK 7th Armored Division firing a 2-inch mortar, northwestern Europe, 31 Dec 19442-inch mortar team of 2nd London Irish Rifles firing mortar rounds at German positions on Senio River, Italy, 22 Mar 1945
Universal Carrier and crew of UK 2nd Sherwood Foresters regiment, Anzio, Italy, Apr 1944; note 2-inch mortar2-inch mortar team of 2nd Battalion, UK East Lancashire Regiment near Pinbaw, Dec 1944A soldier of 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, UK 7th Armored Division firing a 2-inch mortar, northwestern Europe, 31 Dec 19442-inch mortar team of 2nd London Irish Rifles firing mortar rounds at German positions on Senio River, Italy, 22 Mar 1945

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