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Half-track and troops of 8th Battalion, The Rifle Brigade, 11th Armoured Division, during Operation 'Epsom', 29 june 1944.

Half-track and troops of Battalion, The Rifle Brigade (the motor battalion in Armoured Division), during Operation 'Epsom', 29 June

BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 6018)   Sherman tanks of 29th Armoured Brigade, 11th Armoured Division assembling during Operation 'Epsom', 26 June 1944.

BRITISH ARMY Sherman tanks of Armoured Brigade, Armoured Division assembling during Operation 'Epsom', 26 June

The British paratroopers and commandos meet – à Sword Beach, Normandie / Normandy.

Commandos of No. 4 Commando, Special Service Brigade, and troops of British Airborne Division in Bénouville after the link-up between the two forces, 6 June

Members of Parachute Battalion, Parachute Brigade, Airborne Division, enjoy a cup of tea after fighting their way back to their own lines near Ranville after three days behind enemy lines, 10 June 1944

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“D-Day: English Armoured Division or "Desert Rats" ambushed near Villers-Bocage by Panzers led by Michael Wittman”

Major John Howard - true inspiration, led the 6th British Airborne Division, His men were the first British troops to land in the D-Day landing of June 6th 1944. R-I-P

I wonder if I'm related to this courageous leader. Major John Howard - true inspiration, led the British Airborne Division, His men were the first British troops to land in the D-Day landing of June R-I-P

Troops of 3rd Infantry Division on Queen Red beach, Sword area, circa 0845 hrs, 6 June 1944. In the foreground are sappers of 84 Field Company Royal Engineers, part of No.5 Beach Group, identified by the white bands around their helmets. Behind them, medical orderlies of 8 Field Ambulance, RAMC, can be seen assisting wounded men. In the background commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade can be seen disembarking from their LCI(S) landing craft.

Troops of 3rd Infantry Division on Queen Red beach, Sword area, circa 0845 hrs, 6 June 1944. In the foreground are sappers of 84 Field Company Royal Engineers, part of No.5 Beach Group, identified by the white bands around their helmets. Behind them, medical orderlies of 8 Field Ambulance, RAMC, can be seen assisting wounded men. In the background commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade can be seen disembarking from their LCI(S) landing craft.

11th Armoured Division vehicles during the advance in The Netherlands, 22 September 1944. On the right is a Sexton self-propelled gun of 13th (HAC) Regiment Royal Horse Artillery.

Armoured Division vehicles during the advance in The Netherlands, 22 September On the right is a Sexton self-propelled gun of (HAC) Regiment Royal Horse Artillery.

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