Olivier Lamotte

Olivier Lamotte

Olivier Lamotte
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Vintage World War 1 Poster image is a painting of a female uniformed telephone operator, poster text reads Back our girls over there Y.W.C.A. united war work campaign

Vintage World War 1 Poster image is a painting of a female uniformed telephone operator, poster text reads Back our girls over there Y.

Military posters from years ago. Anyone remember them? Help Us Salute Our Veterans by supporting their businesses at www.VeteransDirectory.com and Hire Veterans VIA www.HireAVeteran.com Repin and Link URLs

The Air Force poster is where I got the idea for my retirement tattoo. I used the words but used a different pinup girl along with the air force symbol(wings) in the background

Gare Maritime de Cherbourg : bombardement de 1944 - Vue depuis le Fort du Roule.

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Cherbourg (Cherbourg-Octeville, Manche ; ancienne commune) -- Place du château (alias place du marché, place du théâtre) - 12 photographies dont la visite du général De Gaulle

Cherbourg (Cherbourg-Octeville, Manche ; ancienne commune) -- Place du château (alias place du marché, place du théâtre) - 12 photographies dont la visite du général De Gaulle

US troops in Cherbourg,1944,pin by Paolo Marzioli

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Deux soldats américains du Signal Corps sont montés en haut dun poteau et réparent les lignes téléphoniques de la ville. Au croisement de la rue Holgate et de la voie ferrée Paris-Cherbourg, voir la barrière verticale du passage à niveau à gauche.

American signal troops repair phone lines at the crossing of Rue Holgate and the Paris - Cherbourg railway, Carentan, 19 june 1944

Cherbourg Citizens Dig Out. France -- Returning to their homes after the capture of Cherbourg by the Allies, citizens of the French city start the important task of digging out the debris to start reconstruction operations. The scene of the most bitter fighting on the Normandy Peninsula Date: 29/06/44

Cherbourg Citizens Dig Out. France -- Returning to their homes after the capture of Cherbourg by the Allies, citizens of the French city start the important task of digging out the debris to start reconstruction operations. The scene of the most bitter fighting on the Normandy Peninsula Date: 29/06/44