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THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE NORMANDY CAMPAIGN 1944

Troops of A Company Durham Light Infantry Regiment British Division in Grandcamp-Maisy France 11 June Note Sten gun.

BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 5039)   Men of 2nd Royal Ulster Rifles pause during the move inland from Sword Beach, 6 June 1944.

B Troops of Division pause in La Brèche d'Hermanville during their move inland 6 June The infantry on the right have been identified as Royal Ulster Rifles from Brigade

Sherman tanks of 44th RTR, 4th Armoured Brigade move through Reviers, 12 june 1944.

Sherman tanks of the Royal Tank Regiment, Armoured Brigade move through the liberated town of Reviers, Calvados. 12 June (Photo source - © IWM B Captain E G Malindine - No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit.

Invasion: British troops advance through the village of Hermanville-sur-Mer, Normandy, June 6, 1944

The troops who survived D-Day, by historian ANTONY BEEVOR

Invasion: British troops advance through the village of Hermanville-sur-Mer, Normandy, June 1944

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American (sic) troops walking through fields during campaign to liberate Caen during WWII.

Troops examine an abandoned German 50mm anti-tank gun position, 1 July 1944.

Troops examine an abandoned German anti-tank gun position, 1 July 1944

Polish troops dug in around Monte Cassino with a 17 pounder and Sherman tanks in support.

Polish troops dug in around Monte Cassino with a 17 pounder and Sherman tanks in support.

The British Army in Sicily 1943 Quad artillery tractors and 25pdrs of 51st Highland Division are cheered by crowds as they enter Militello, 15 July 1943

The British Army in Sicily 1943 Quad artillery tractors and of Highland Division are cheered by crowds as they enter Militello, 15 July 1943

A carrier crew of 8th Rifle Brigade hands out chocolate to Dutch civilians during the advance of 11th Armoured Division in The Netherlands, 22 September 1944.

B A carrier crew of Rifle Brigade hands out chocolate to Dutch civilians during the advance of Armoured Division in Holland 22 September 1944

Troops and vehicles of the 3rd Division waiting to move inland from La Brèche d’Hermanville/6 June 1944.

Sword Beach june 1944 - The Breach. Convoy of the British Infantry Division stopped in front of La Brèche.

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The British Army in Normandy A shell being loaded into a gun, 2 July

A Cromwell tank crew of 4th County of London Yeomanry, 7th Armoured Division, preparing a meal in front of their vehicle, 17 June 1944. Left to right: Trooper Arthur Nelson, Trooper William Leonard and Sergeant A Gordon.

bmashina: “The crew of the Cromwell tominskogo County of London regiment (territorial force) of the armored division, preparing dinner in front of your tank, Normandy, 17 June 1944 ”

A Churchill tank of 7th Royal Tank Regiment, 31st Tank Brigade, with jeeps and loyd carriers of the 15th scottish division with there 6 pounder fieldguns during Operation 'Epsom', 26 June 1944. ( note the female art work on the churchill's fender ).

A Churchill tank of Royal Tank Regiment, Tank Brigade, with jeeps and loyd carriers of the scottish division with there 6 pounder fieldguns during Operation 'Epsom', 26 June ( note the female art work on the churchill's fender ).

BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 5078)   Troops from 3rd Division, some with bicycles, move inland from Sword Beach, 6 June 1944. Photograph taken from a Universal carrier.

B Troops from Division some with bicycles move inland from Queen beach Sword Area 6 June

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