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OPERATION COLIN, BATTLE OF MAAS. Infantry of the 153rd Brigade, 51st Highland Division are carried into battle aboard a Sherman tank (T-233073) near Udenhout in the Netherlands. 29th of October 1944. **(additional info - this is the M4.Sherman Mk.I "India" of B Sqn. 1Tp - 1st Northamptonshire Yeomanry, 33rd Armoured Brigade)**

OPERATION COLIN, BATTLE OF MAAS. Infantry of the 153rd Brigade, 51st Highland Division are carried into battle aboard a Sherman tank (T-233073) near Udenhout in the Netherlands. 29th of October 1944. **(additional info - this is the M4.Sherman Mk.I "India" of B Sqn. 1Tp - 1st Northamptonshire Yeomanry, 33rd Armoured Brigade)**

British Empire: British Infantry: The Grenadier Guards, Private Marching Orders

British Empire: British Infantry: The Grenadier Guards, Private Marching Orders

WWI, Feb 1917; Troops coming out of a communication trench in the snow. Near Arras, Northern France. ( © IWM Q 4695) - Color by Doug (@colour_history) | Twitter

WWI, Feb 1917; Troops coming out of a communication trench in the snow. Near Arras, Northern France. ( © IWM Q 4695) - Color by Doug (@colour_history) | Twitter

Compared with what was to follow, the weeks leading up to the bloodiest battle in British history were a gentle calm before the storm, as these astonishing 100-year-old photographs show.

Compared with what was to follow, the weeks leading up to the bloodiest battle in British history were a gentle calm before the storm, as these astonishing 100-year-old photographs show.

Compared with what was to follow, the weeks leading up to the bloodiest battle in British history were a gentle calm before the storm, as these astonishing 100-year-old photographs show.

Compared with what was to follow, the weeks leading up to the bloodiest battle in British history were a gentle calm before the storm, as these astonishing 100-year-old photographs show.

Black Watch Badges and history of the regiment.

Black Watch Badges and history of the regiment.

Sniper from "C" Company, 5th Battalion, The Black Watch with No.4(T), Holland, February 1945.  Posed shot.  No sniper worth his salt would ever place himself so obviously

Sniper from "C" Company, 5th Battalion, The Black Watch with No.4(T), Holland, February 1945. Posed shot. No sniper worth his salt would ever place himself so obviously

BRITISH ARMY South East Asia - Private, 2nd Battalion "Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders" Regiment

BRITISH ARMY South East Asia - Private, 2nd Battalion "Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders" Regiment

A sniper from "C" Company, 5th Battalion, The Black Watch, 51st (Highland) Division, in position in the loft space of a ruined building in Gennep, Holland, 14 February 1945.

A sniper from "C" Company, 5th Battalion, The Black Watch, 51st (Highland) Division, in position in the loft space of a ruined building in Gennep, Holland, 14 February 1945.

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