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01463 Collection

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Background image01463 Collection: Actress Brooke Adams on the set of 'Cuba'in Cadiz, Spain. 19th December 1978

Actress Brooke Adams on the set of "Cuba"in Cadiz, Spain. 19th December 1978
Actress Brooke Adams on the set of " Cuba" in Cadiz, Spain. 19th December 1978

Background image01463 Collection: The new blue battledress uniform for members of ARP services as announced by Herbert

The new blue battledress uniform for members of ARP services as announced by Herbert Morrison, Minister for Home Security. May 1941

Background image01463 Collection: Officers listen to a lecture and demonstration of tactics on board a Polish troopship

Officers listen to a lecture and demonstration of tactics on board a Polish troopship. They are studying closely the type of warfare that they may be called on to use in Norway. April 1940

Background image01463 Collection: Mr R. J. White, leader of an Isle of Wight ARP rescue party

Mr R. J. White, leader of an Isle of Wight ARP rescue party
Mr R.J. White, leader of an Isle of Wight ARP rescue party, has invented three pieces of apparatus to improve the manipulation of stretchers to prevent further injury to the patient

Background image01463 Collection: Sentinel Archive 12 / 08 / 1989 Crewes Rob Jones (L) and Steve Walters who were

Sentinel Archive 12 / 08 / 1989 Crewes Rob Jones (L) and Steve Walters who were
Sentinel Archive 12/08/1989 Crewes Rob Jones (L) and Steve Walters who were presented with their England Youth caps before the friendly against Aston Villa at Gresty Road

Background image01463 Collection: Sentinel Archive 11 / 03 / 1989 - Crewe Alex players Steve Walters (L) with Rob Jones

Sentinel Archive 11 / 03 / 1989 - Crewe Alex players Steve Walters (L) with Rob Jones
Sentinel Archive 11/03/1989 - Crewe Alex players Steve Walters (L) with Rob Jones

Background image01463 Collection: British Red Cross nurses who are administering to the wounded Allied soldiers barely one

British Red Cross nurses who are administering to the wounded Allied soldiers barely one hours ride from the front line fighting in Sicily during the Second world War

Background image01463 Collection: British troops of the 8th army have cleared several pockets of enemy resistance

British troops of the 8th army have cleared several pockets of enemy resistance on the east bank of the River Senio, south west of Bagnacavallo, Italy

Background image01463 Collection: Cerio Adolfo, an Italian labourer who was working on his farm near Larino when

Cerio Adolfo, an Italian labourer who was working on his farm near Larino when the Germans opened fire on him with a machine gun

Background image01463 Collection: Bandsman A. Frampton of the Isle of Wight at a loss with how to cope with a bout of non

Bandsman A. Frampton of the Isle of Wight at a loss with how to cope with a bout of non compliance on the part of a Sicilian mule

Background image01463 Collection: Life returns to normal in Sicilian towns occupied by the Allies

Life returns to normal in Sicilian towns occupied by the Allies. Civilians who fled from the battle zones have returned to their homes, harvesting is in full swing and people are going back to work

Background image01463 Collection: American private Stanley Kamin of Whiting, Indiana, USA

American private Stanley Kamin of Whiting, Indiana, USA, undoubtedly has the largest following of any soldier overseas by salvaging left over food from the company mess

Background image01463 Collection: An American tank rumbles through a wreckage lined street on the outskirts of

An American tank rumbles through a wreckage lined street on the outskirts of the devastated German city of Cologne near the end of the Second world War

Background image01463 Collection: British army troops find soldiering hot work during the height of the summer in Sicily

British army troops find soldiering hot work during the height of the summer in Sicily during the Second world War. With their well known talent for improvisation

Background image01463 Collection: At the London Region Fire Control Room, Battle headquarters of the National Fire Service

At the London Region Fire Control Room, Battle headquarters of the National Fire Service. In the fight against the Luftwaffes attacks on London

Background image01463 Collection: In an old Roman amphitheatre, well within range of German artillery and mortars

In an old Roman amphitheatre, well within range of German artillery and mortars, a British army soldier settles down as comfortably a possible during fighting on the Garigliano Front

Background image01463 Collection: Among the mess orderlies in a barracks in the Eastern Command is Lance Corporal L

Among the mess orderlies in a barracks in the Eastern Command is Lance Corporal L. Jenkins ATS of Ongar Road, Brentwood who volunteered for the Auxiliary Territorial Service

Background image01463 Collection: Sweltering under the Sicilian sun, British Bulldog 'George'

Sweltering under the Sicilian sun, British Bulldog "George"
Sweltering under the Sicilian sun, British Bulldog " George" assists in guard duty outside battalion headquarters of the Royal 22nd Regiment

Background image01463 Collection: A slightly wounded and shaken waist gunner is led from his place by his flight surgeon

A slightly wounded and shaken waist gunner is led from his place by his flight surgeon Captain Leonard G. Morley of 5913 99th Avenue South East Portland

Background image01463 Collection: Wreckage wrought by American aircraft and artillery is noted by a US Third Army

Wreckage wrought by American aircraft and artillery is noted by a US Third Army infantryman as he walks up the devastated streets of Wadern, Germany. The town is now clear of enemy snipers

Background image01463 Collection: A US Marine looks out across the waters towards of the Aleutian Islands

A US Marine looks out across the waters towards of the Aleutian Islands, towards Japan during patrol duty at dawn during the Second World War. October 1943

Background image01463 Collection: Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery crossed the River Elbe during a visit to American 18th

Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery crossed the River Elbe during a visit to American 18th Airborne Corps which is again under his command

Background image01463 Collection: French patriots, members of the underground movement, receive arms at a house

French patriots, members of the underground movement, receive arms at a house on the outskirts of Chateaudin, France, dropped to them by parachute

Background image01463 Collection: A little Italian boy, an evacuee from the Mount Cairo district in Lazio, Italy

A little Italian boy, an evacuee from the Mount Cairo district in Lazio, Italy, did not like leaving his home and attempted to go back

Background image01463 Collection: Two pre-fabricated Ports, each as big a a Gibraltar were manufactured in Britain in

Two pre-fabricated Ports, each as big a a Gibraltar were manufactured in Britain in segments, towed across the Channel and set down off the coast of Normandy

Background image01463 Collection: A Dornier Do 18 flying boat seen from an RAF Bristol Blenheim during a combat over

A Dornier Do 18 flying boat seen from an RAF Bristol Blenheim during a combat over the North Sea, 26th April 1940. The Blenheim was one of a number returning from a raid near Bergen

Background image01463 Collection: A Special SHAEF issued 24th March 1945 says 'The Allied Forces are today crossing

A Special SHAEF issued 24th March 1945 says "The Allied Forces are today crossing
A Special SHAEF issued 24th March 1945 says " The Allied Forces are today crossing the Rhine River on a wide front, north of the Ruhr

Background image01463 Collection: The Central Telegraph Office in London through which more than a quarter of the total

The Central Telegraph Office in London through which more than a quarter of the total telegraph traffic of Britain passed, was totally destroyed by fire on the night of 29th - 30th December

Background image01463 Collection: Madame Scarlett, hotelkeeper of the Hotel Des Fleurs in Les Andrelys on the Seine, France

Madame Scarlett, hotelkeeper of the Hotel Des Fleurs in Les Andrelys on the Seine, France, proudly wearing her blouse made from a Union Jack flag as she welcomes liberating British troops into

Background image01463 Collection: Aerial view of the devastated town of Magdeburg, situated on the Elbe river in

Aerial view of the devastated town of Magdeburg, situated on the Elbe river in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It has been the target of heavy bombing campaigns by British

Background image01463 Collection: HMS Frobisher, one of the British Royal navy cruisers which during the week before D-day

HMS Frobisher, one of the British Royal navy cruisers which during the week before D-day, when the allied expeditionary Forces sailed for France

Background image01463 Collection: British troops stationed in the western Desert, North Africa

British troops stationed in the western Desert, North Africa, design their own Christmas cards to sent back to their loved ones back in Britain and elsewhere over the festive period

Background image01463 Collection: The biggest Allied convoy to Russia fought through four day attack by enemy torpedo

The biggest Allied convoy to Russia fought through four day attack by enemy torpedo planes of the German Luftwaffe and U-boats of the Kriegsmarine to deliver her cargo at an Arctic port

Background image01463 Collection: RAF Coastal Command beaufighter planes attack two enemy armed trawlers off the coast of

RAF Coastal Command beaufighter planes attack two enemy armed trawlers off the coast of the Frisial Islands during the Second world War

Background image01463 Collection: Fleet Air Arm shatter enemy convoy on 27th November from one of the attacking Barracuda

Fleet Air Arm shatter enemy convoy on 27th November from one of the attacking Barracuda flighter planes of the British RoyalNavy aircraft carrier HMS Implacable during a strike on a southbound enemy

Background image01463 Collection: Soldiers of the British Expeditionary Force, who were encircled by the Germans at Dunkirk

Soldiers of the British Expeditionary Force, who were encircled by the Germans at Dunkirk, Northern France before their miraculous escape, pictured on arrival at Dover

Background image01463 Collection: A setting sun dapples the clouds and streaks the waters of the Atlantic Ocean as one more

A setting sun dapples the clouds and streaks the waters of the Atlantic Ocean as one more convoy from America nears Britain

Background image01463 Collection: Grenadier Guard manning a forward position in France seen in this picture pulling the pin

Grenadier Guard manning a forward position in France seen in this picture pulling the pin from a grenade. 18th April 1940

Background image01463 Collection: British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain pays a visit to the soldiers of the British

British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain pays a visit to the soldiers of the British Expeditionary Force serving in France during the Second World War

Background image01463 Collection: When General Charles D Gaulle, leader of the Free French Forces

When General Charles D Gaulle, leader of the Free French Forces, attended a thanksgiving service at the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, enemy German snipers opened fire as he arrived

Background image01463 Collection: A squad of the Home Guard prepare to deal with an 'invader'

A squad of the Home Guard prepare to deal with an "invader"
A squad of the Home Guard prepare to deal with an " invader" by means of a Molotov cocktail during training exercises in the Dover and Folkestone areas of Kent during the Second World War

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Background image01463 Collection: Working on two shifts in the twenty four hours, the entire Fire Brigade at a large

Working on two shifts in the twenty four hours, the entire Fire Brigade at a large Ministry of Supply factory in the South of England are assembling rifles instead of idly waiting for the fire alarm

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