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MAY 25 1940 Norfolks fight on as bombing fails to halt Germans - See more at: http://ww2today.com/Men of the Royal Norfolk Regiment man a snow-covered ...

Vickers machine guns of the British 7th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, 1st Division, at Aubigny-au-Bac, France. (March 23, 1940, F 3273)

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BRITISH ARMY FRANCE 1940 (F 3552) Men of the 1st Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in a section of trench named 'Pudding Lane', 4th Division near Roubaix ...

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Leopold III, Belgium's monarch from 1934, reviewing Belgian troops in early 1940

Two soldiers crouching on an incline in jungle terrain. The man on the left is

The British Army in Italy 1944 L/Cpl Rolls of the Royal Signals uses a

British troops cross the Franco-Belgian border at Herseaux on 10 May

A destroyed French heavy Char B1 in Beaumont

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No.18 Wireless set being used by the BEF in France, 1940 | World War 2 Vehicles and Artillery (Allies and Neutrals) | Pinterest | British army

Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.B from 5-th tank regiment of the

Crewmen of a French tank surrendering, 1940 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Belgian soldiers in a trench, circa 1940

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No.18 Wireless set being used by the BEF in France, 1940 | World War 2 Vehicles and Artillery (Allies and Neutrals) | Pinterest | British army

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Soldiers of a Scottish regiment leaving home to join the BEF in France, 1940

Wireless Set No. 18

No.18 Wireless set being used by the BEF in France, 1940 | World War 2 Vehicles and Artillery (Allies and Neutrals) | Pinterest | British army

Wireless Sets No.19

The SOMUA S35 tank was considered one of the most modern types in French service at

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Wireless Set No. 68

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The British Expeditionary Force (bef) in France 1939-1940. French soldiers salute

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Belgian civilians fleeing westwards away from the advancing German army, 12 May 1940

QOR march past 25 sept 1942

CSM Grimshaw is lucky to have one of the rare Thompson SMGs issued in France 1940.

Belgian forces

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German infantry with a Pak 36 anti-tank gun in western Belgium in May 1940.

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Captain - Royal Corps of Signals - BEF Dunkirk, France 1940

The World at War 1973 E2 Distant War September 1939 May 1940

British Air Forces in France - Air Marshal A. S. Barratt, Air Officer Commanding British Air

British Air Forces in France - A Bristol Blenheim Mark IV of No. 139 Squadron

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Royal Air Force Army Co-operation Command, 1940-1943. Trainee wireless operators

British troops leap from their Universal Carrier during an exercise

Sikorski atop the Rock of Gibraltar, surveying the fortifications

Signal exchange beneath Fricourt Chateau, France, WW1 - Stock Image

A Belgian Renault ACG1 tank, knocked out during the Battle for Antwerp, 19 May 1940

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Next is the first rifle section. Number 1 section of 1 Platoon, led by the redoubtable Sergeant Dawson.

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Leading the second platoon is Second Lieutenant Cholmondley-Warner, with his stoical batman, Private Harry Glover.

James Rigby aged 21 (my uncle, my father's brother) was killed on the 20th May 1940 in the village of Wancourt, France. He was machine gunned down whilst ...

The British Expeditionary Force (bef) in France 1939-1940 The Royal Air Force

Panzer 38(t), France, June 1940

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16 were used for each station, running from a 6 volt battery. The rotary transformer in the PSU provided 150 Volt HT and 40 Volt bias supplies.

WW2 -Wireless Operator. Caption reads 'Wireless operator signals with aldis lamp 'close

This operation was a reconnaissance operation by No 4 Commando on the beaches near the village of Hardelot, to capture prisoners and destroy equipment, ...

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... and for antenna matching used either its own special tuning unit, or the Aerial Tuning Unit Type J from Wireless Set No. 22.

16th July 1942: Outside the Vel' d'Hiv', the buses used to transport the Jews rounded up at each local assembly centre to the Vélodrome d'Hiver – C BHVP ...

The BEF cross back into France

The British Expeditionary Force (bef) in France 1939-1940 The Royal Air Force

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I am very fortunate to live near the coast and most of the time when you hear me working HF mobile this is the location I use.

Mounted troops consolidate the German advance

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Wireless Sets No. 62

The BEF are encircled, 7th Royal Sussex are decimated

Light Tank Mk VIB

Massacre as situation worsens for the BEF

British Air Forces in France - Hawker Hurricane Mark Is of No. 73 Squadron RAF

Royal Army Medical Corps in the Second World War 1939-1945 - The Wartime Memories Project -

Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Fighter Command The Spitfire XII had been in service

The rationing of leather shoes, which originally enforced in 1943, allowed aach man,

Norman Murphy came from a large family who originated from Ireland, however, some settled in both Maryport and Scotland. The men of the family were mainly ...

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Three of the flyers were British - the pilot, Sergeant David Raikes, the navigator

German Operations and Plans–July 1940 March 1941

The evacuation from Calais as Hitler orders 'Halt'

A line of unarmed soldiers disembarking from a ship down a gangway.

WWII Military Wireless Set 62 Mk2 Radio Receiver

William is Second from the right on the back row

The War Years | Harwich & Dovercourt | History, Facts & Photos of Harwich

21) An IS-3 tank is taken from the monument to the liberation of the city of Kostantinovka (Ukraine).