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Background image01449 Collection: Ronald Carl Giles - Daily Express cartoonist at home in his studio with his dog Butch

Ronald Carl Giles - Daily Express cartoonist at home in his studio with his dog Butch - 9th February 1991

Background image01449 Collection: Sting Gordon Sumner with his wife Frances - July 1982 Outside Law Courts

Sting Gordon Sumner with his wife Frances - July 1982 Outside Law Courts, Sting of the Police 13/07/1982 82/3685 Jack Manwaring zxc

Background image01449 Collection: Polish paratroopers in training in the United Kingdom. Picture taken 1st October

Polish paratroopers in training in the United Kingdom. Picture taken 1st October 1941

Background image01449 Collection: Ma Brightmore, 81 year old evacuee in the Oxfordshire village of Charlbury

Ma Brightmore, 81 year old evacuee in the Oxfordshire village of Charlbury from Londons East End, has discovered she is a born darts player. In the bar-parlour of the Rose and Crown

Background image01449 Collection: The first British troops to enter Cherbourg were four RAF members of an Embarkation Unit

The first British troops to enter Cherbourg were four RAF members of an Embarkation Unit. They entered the town with the Americans and took up their headquarters by the quayside

Background image01449 Collection: As the great Allied tank drive south of Caen along the Odon valley continues in Northern

As the great Allied tank drive south of Caen along the Odon valley continues in Northern France, as well as the push east of the city to Trouarn

Background image01449 Collection: British and Canadian troops captured the city of Caen in Northern France after a massive

British and Canadian troops captured the city of Caen in Northern France after a massive assault from air land and sea. The Germans resisted bitterly before the city was entered

Background image01449 Collection: American soldiers of the US Ninth Division and French patriots ride a captured German

American soldiers of the US Ninth Division and French patriots ride a captured German tank through the streets in the the centre of the city of Cherbourg

Background image01449 Collection: Liberation of the town of Cherbourg in Northern France by the American forces shortly

Liberation of the town of Cherbourg in Northern France by the American forces shortly after the successful Allied landings on the beaches of Normandy

Background image01449 Collection: French civilians stand at attention and an American Army Gl salutes as the American

French civilians stand at attention and an American Army Gl salutes as the American and French flags are unfurled side by side in the centre of the city of Cherbourg

Background image01449 Collection: An American tank burns furiously after being taken out by a German tank in France

An American tank burns furiously after being taken out by a German tank in France, where a bridgehead was being thrown across the Moselle River. September 1944

Background image01449 Collection: British soldiers making friends with French families in the Bayeux area of Normandy

British soldiers making friends with French families in the Bayeux area of Normandy, Northern France, shortly after the Allied landings. 11th June 1944

Background image01449 Collection: General De Gaulle waves to the wildly cheering crowds of his countrymen as he

General De Gaulle waves to the wildly cheering crowds of his countrymen as he leaves the town square of Laval, France, following an address to the citizens of the recently liberated town

Background image01449 Collection: An American M-10 tank destroyer of the US Army rambles along a debris strewn road near

An American M-10 tank destroyer of the US Army rambles along a debris strewn road near St Fromond, Manche, France. This vehicle is moving against Rommels forces in the interior of the continent of

Background image01449 Collection: Soldiers of the British expeditionary Force have a break for refreshments in the snow

Soldiers of the British expeditionary Force have a break for refreshments in the snow covered countryside of Northern France during the Second World War. 4th January 1940

Background image01449 Collection: The Royal Air Force Air Transport service follows closely the advance of the Allied

The Royal Air Force Air Transport service follows closely the advance of the Allied Forces, even to airfield operating within sounds of gunfire

Background image01449 Collection: Crews and pilots of RAF Wellington bombers and USaF. Flying Fortresses are working in

Crews and pilots of RAF Wellington bombers and USaF. Flying Fortresses are working in close co-operation. As the Forts" return from their day operations the Wellies" are already rowing up

Background image01449 Collection: Naples in Southern Italy, with its open shops displaying gloves, handbags

Naples in Southern Italy, with its open shops displaying gloves, handbags, silk stockings and artificial silk underclothes

Background image01449 Collection: Among the enemy aircraft brought down during an early morning raid son the much bombed

Among the enemy aircraft brought down during an early morning raid son the much bombed harbour of Naples, Southern Italy was a JU 88 bomber plane of the German Luftwaffe

Background image01449 Collection: Australian airman Warrant Officer Holden of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Australian airman Warrant Officer Holden of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, pilot of the Australian Air Force landed his spitfire plane safely back at base in southern Italy

Background image01449 Collection: The ground staff of an RAF advanced Spitfire squadron In Italy organised a concert for

The ground staff of an RAF advanced Spitfire squadron In Italy organised a concert for their fellow airmen. Picture shows: A group of the concert party

Background image01449 Collection: A veteran P-40 Warhawk fighter bomber Group under Major General Edwin J House

A veteran P-40 Warhawk fighter bomber Group under Major General Edwin J Houses 12th Air Support Command and a spearhead of General Montgomerys drive through the desert, dropped its 1, 000

Background image01449 Collection: RAF Regiment Corporal L Ratchford of Piercebridge near Darlington manning his Browning

RAF Regiment Corporal L Ratchford of Piercebridge near Darlington manning his Browning Machine Guns on a roof top in Naples shortly after downing a German JU88 which had attempted to bomb the citys

Background image01449 Collection: The Desert Air Force, an Allied tactical air force created from No

The Desert Air Force, an Allied tactical air force created from No. 204 Group RAF to provide close air support to the British Eighth Army. Squadron Leader Reverend T

Background image01449 Collection: The American Piper L-4 Grasshoppet, nicknamed as 'Cardboard Annie

The American Piper L-4 Grasshoppet, nicknamed as "Cardboard Annie
The American Piper L-4 Grasshoppet, nicknamed as " Cardboard Annie, Maytag Messerschmitt and Division Bomber", was one of the prime factors in the deadliness of American artillery

Background image01449 Collection: RAF ground crew clear up wreckage inside a bomb shattered hangar at an airport near

RAF ground crew clear up wreckage inside a bomb shattered hangar at an airport near Salerno in Southern Italy, shortly after its capture from the Germans following the successful landings

Background image01449 Collection: Allied Forces of the British Eighth Army capture the great Italian naval base of Taranto

Allied Forces of the British Eighth Army capture the great Italian naval base of Taranto following the successful landings in Southern Italy

Background image01449 Collection: As the 5th and Allied armies press forward in Italy following the successful landings in

As the 5th and Allied armies press forward in Italy following the successful landings in early September, the RAF Regiment is occupying airfields

Background image01449 Collection: When the airfield at Monte Corvino, near Salerno in Southern Italy was occupied by

When the airfield at Monte Corvino, near Salerno in Southern Italy was occupied by the Allies, RAF Servicing Commandos, who had gone in with the early landing parties

Background image01449 Collection: As the American 5th Army and British 8th Armiy of the Allied Forces press forward in

As the American 5th Army and British 8th Armiy of the Allied Forces press forward in Italy following the successful landings in September

Background image01449 Collection: Picture showing more of the weather conditions which are hampering air operations

Picture showing more of the weather conditions which are hampering air operations on the Italian front. Picture shows left to right Corporal E

Background image01449 Collection: Allied Forces capture an enemy aerodrome during the ongoing battle around the Salerno

Allied Forces capture an enemy aerodrome during the ongoing battle around the Salerno area of Southern Italy following the successful landings

Background image01449 Collection: Ground forces of an American fighter squadron move their gear into an Italian airfield

Ground forces of an American fighter squadron move their gear into an Italian airfield around the Salerno area of Southern Italy shortly after its capture from the Germans following the successful

Background image01449 Collection: An RAF Airman takes a bath in a wooden tub on the cobbles beside the pump

An RAF Airman takes a bath in a wooden tub on the cobbles beside the pump and drinking trough in the courtyard of an Italian farm, an RAF camp in Italy. October 1943

Background image01449 Collection: RAF Balloon Barrage men were among the first Allied troops to land on the beaches at

RAF Balloon Barrage men were among the first Allied troops to land on the beaches at Salerno, Southern Italy. Their job was to keep low flying enemy aircraft from bombing

Background image01449 Collection: A Kittybomber Curtiss P-40 plane of Number 112 Squadron of the Royal Air Force

A Kittybomber Curtiss P-40 plane of Number 112 Squadron of the Royal Air Force, nicknamed the " Shark Squadron"

Background image01449 Collection: Heavy rain continues to hamper operations in Italy but in many points along the 8th

Heavy rain continues to hamper operations in Italy but in many points along the 8th. Army front, advance have been made. Heavy armour, supplies

Background image01449 Collection: Personnel of No. 2859 La Squadron RAF Regiment leave Gioia del Colle, Apulia, Italy

Personnel of No. 2859 La Squadron RAF Regiment leave Gioia del Colle, Apulia, Italy, on board a commandeered Italian lorry, pulling a trailer full of camp equipment, furniture and kitbags

Background image01449 Collection: Men of the RAF Regiment keeping out the cold on the Italian front

Men of the RAF Regiment keeping out the cold on the Italian front, these men are the most forward RAF personnel serving with the Eighth Army. 6th January 1944

Background image01449 Collection: Merseyside Beach Scenes, 23rd July 1987

Merseyside Beach Scenes, 23rd July 1987

Background image01449 Collection: A Kittyhawk squadron of the Royal Australian Air Force have moved into a villa which was

A Kittyhawk squadron of the Royal Australian Air Force have moved into a villa which was once occupied by Bruno Mussolini, the former commanding officer of am Italian bomber squadron

Background image01449 Collection: West Kirby Beach Scene, Sunday 7th July 1991

West Kirby Beach Scene, Sunday 7th July 1991

Background image01449 Collection: Formby Beach, 13th April 1988

Formby Beach, 13th April 1988

Background image01449 Collection: West Kirby Beach and Waterfront, 8th February 1997

West Kirby Beach and Waterfront, 8th February 1997

Background image01449 Collection: Children practise their golf swing on Ainsdale Beach, Southport

Children practise their golf swing on Ainsdale Beach, Southport, Stephen Suter aged 3 (left) and brother Michael Suter aged 4, 22nd July 1991

Background image01449 Collection: Ainsdale Beach, Merseyside, with Penrod 80 Offshore Drilling Platform in background

Ainsdale Beach, Merseyside, with Penrod 80 Offshore Drilling Platform in background, 16th July 1992

Background image01449 Collection: Formby Beach, evening sun in an autumn sky turns the beach at Formby into a surrealistic

Formby Beach, evening sun in an autumn sky turns the beach at Formby into a surrealistic shadowland, 12th November 1980

Background image01449 Collection: Formby Beach, Merseyside, 22nd September 1939

Formby Beach, Merseyside, 22nd September 1939



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