Photos Colour and Colourised Photos of WW2 & earlier conflicts

7 February 1918 A staff officer of the 12th Btn. Royal Irish Rifles, 108th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division plays with a kitten

Final of the 48th Divisional Cup. 1/7th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment versus 1/7th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment played at Trissino, northern Italy. April 1918.
Troops of the 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment (29th Divison) marching to the trenches, June 1916.


Original photo source: © IWM Q 717
Colourised by Doug
Flying Officer Philip Ingleby 137140, the navigator of an Avro Lancaster B Mark III of No. 619 Squadron RAF based at Coningsby, Lincolnshire, seated at his table in the aircraft. February 1944. (KIA 7 August 1944)
Dutch resistance fighters photographed celebrating the liberation of the city of Breda, the Netherlands, by the Polish 1st Armored Division on the 29th of October 1944.


Credit: Colourised PIECE of JAKE
B-17E outfitted for the RAF... note the radar aerials under each wing, belonged to No.59 Sqn RAF Coastal Command. The Squadron was one of the few RAF squadrons to operate the Fortress in 1942 and 1943 for maritime patrolling missions. The aircraft was equipped with ASV radar, with visible antennas on the fuselage sides and spine as well as beneath the wings.


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