OTD in 1944. Paratroopers holding out at Arnhem Bridge are overrun. Their last radio transmission simply says: "Out of ammunition. God save the King."
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OTD in 1944. Operation Market Garden. Men - risking their lives being outside the Hartenstein Hotel - displaying a yellow parachute to signal planes where to drop supplies. Most fell in German hands.
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OTD in 1942, North Africa. Piper MacDonald from the Seaforth Highlanders
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German grave in front of a knocked out Matilda II tank, and a knocked out Matilda I in the background - Arras; late May, 1940
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OTD in 1944. Operation Market Garden. A little rest. Men from the Royal Warwickshire Regiment
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OTD in 1944, Oosterhout. On the day the Irish Guards were blocked by Germans, Welsh Guards tanks knocked out this Panzer III (and then retreated)
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OTD in 1944, 5 Bn East Yorks in Nijmegen. Champagne, left by the previous owners.
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Mk III Valentine "DD Tanks" equipped with the duplex drive tank modification, during an exercise by 79th Armored Division of the British Army in Gosport. January, 1944
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Italian Campaign. 30 May 1944. A Ford Lynx Scout Car of the New Zealand Divisional Cavalry on a dusty road in the Atina Belmonte area.
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M4 Shermans of XXX Corps at Nijmegen, Holland during Operation Market Garden, September 21, 1944.
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Vickers Mk VIC light tank knocked out in France - 27 May, 1940
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Borneo Campaign. 10 June 1945. Australian Matilda tanks of the 2/9 Armoured Regiment coming ashore off Landing Ship Medium 237, at the north end of Green Beach during the Oboe 6 Operation
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Netherlands, 1945. Canadian Sherman Firefly and another Sherman variant armed with a 105 mm howitzer.
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Bedford MWC water bowsers of 12 Corps filling up at a water point, Normandy, 12 July 1944.
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OTD in 1942, North Africa. A Royal Engineers officer chalking a letter "E" on a Panzer III, meaning "extermination"
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C Squadron Churchill tank "CHIEF" that was the first ashore during the Dieppe Raid knocked out in August 1942
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26th Armoured Brigade Sherman tank with a penetrating hit in the side applique armour is relieved of its 75mm gun by a salvage crew in Perugia Italy on June 30th 1944
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Churchill Crocodile flame tank knocked out with its turret blown off in Schilberg in January 1945
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