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How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine.  I kind of love this. Framing it.

How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine

How to kiss properly - 1942 Life Magazine. I kind of love this. Framing it.

18 Aug 40: Day 40 of 113 of the Battle of Britain. In what becomes known as "The Hardest Day" the Luftwaffe makes an all-out effort to severely damage RAF Fighter Command by attacking airfields in southeast England and southern London. These air battles are amongst the largest aerial engagements in history to date. Both sides suffer very heavy losses. The British outperform the Luftwaffe in the air, achieving a favorable ratio of 2:1. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0818&s=400818 #WWII

18 Aug 40: Day 40 of 113 of the Battle of Britain. In what becomes known as "The Hardest Day" the Luftwaffe makes an all-out effort to severely damage RAF Fighter Command by attacking airfields in southeast England and southern London. These air battles are amongst the largest aerial engagements in history to date. Both sides suffer very heavy losses. The British outperform the Luftwaffe in the air, achieving a favorable ratio of 2:1. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0818&s=400818 #WWII

A crew of a RAF bombing squadron gives the "thumbs up" signal on 22 April 1940 when they returned to their home base after attacking German warships off Bergen, Normandy during the country's invasion.

A crew of a RAF bombing squadron gives the "thumbs up" signal on 22 April 1940 when they returned to their home base after attacking German warships off Bergen, Normandy during the country's invasion.

BRITISH EIGHTH ARMY TROOPS CROSSING THE RIVER PO, BEYOND FERRARA, ITALY, 28 APRIL 1945

BRITISH EIGHTH ARMY TROOPS CROSSING THE RIVER PO, BEYOND FERRARA, ITALY, 28 APRIL 1945

Battle of Britain war hero Ronald Berry's medals sold at auction

Battle of Britain war hero Ronald Berry's medals sold at auction

'Packing Light! A Women Air Force Service Pilot (WASP) and her gear, 1943. Courtesy Captain Miller HAG'

'Packing Light! A Women Air Force Service Pilot (WASP) and her gear, 1943. Courtesy Captain Miller HAG'

The pilot of this Messerschmitt BF109E managed to crash land after being forced from the sky during the Battle of Britain

Spitfires and Hurricanes mark 75th anniversary of Battle of Britain

The pilot of this Messerschmitt BF109E managed to crash land after being forced from the sky during the Battle of Britain

For second time, we share the work of WW2 Colourised Photos (World War Two Black and White photos that are researched and colourised in detail by Doug and other artists from the 'Colourisehistory Group'). We hope you love it as much as we do! Our most heartfelt thanks for these great Masters of the colourisation. In this ocasion, we focus in Allied Warbirds. Enjoy! F6F-5 'Hellcat' Nº23 flown by Ens. Ardon R. Ives crash lands on the USS Lexington, Feb. '45 (Ives survived th...

For second time, we share the work of WW2 Colourised Photos (World War Two Black and White photos that are researched and colourised in detail by Doug and other artists from the 'Colourisehistory Group'). We hope you love it as much as we do! Our most heartfelt thanks for these great Masters of the colourisation. In this ocasion, we focus in Allied Warbirds. Enjoy! F6F-5 'Hellcat' Nº23 flown by Ens. Ardon R. Ives crash lands on the USS Lexington, Feb. '45 (Ives survived th...

The Battle of Britain. Two Royal Air Force pilots from Fighter Command walking from an aircraft during the Second World War. c1940.   Agatha Christie's character Jerry Burton was recovering from a "flying accident."

The Battle of Britain. Two Royal Air Force pilots from Fighter Command walking from an aircraft during the Second World War. c1940. Agatha Christie's character Jerry Burton was recovering from a "flying accident."

A crashed German Messerschmitt is towed past the Houses of Parliament in London during World War II. Stringer / Hulton Archive / Getty Images / Universal Images Group

A crashed German Messerschmitt is towed past the Houses of Parliament in London during World War II. Stringer / Hulton Archive / Getty Images / Universal Images Group

Soldiers carrying off the tail of a Messerschmitt 110, which was shot down by fighter planes in Essex, England, on September 3, 1940. (AP Photo)

Soldiers carrying off the tail of a Messerschmitt 110, which was shot down by fighter planes in Essex, England, on September 3, 1940. (AP Photo)

Dit is de ATA (Air Transport Auxiliary). Hier was Maddie piloot voor. Ze waren een soort taxipiloot. Ze moesten vliegtuigen die een reparatie nodig hadden transporteren naar garages en de gerepareerde vliegtuigen naar de luchtbasissen vliegen.

Dit is de ATA (Air Transport Auxiliary). Hier was Maddie piloot voor. Ze waren een soort taxipiloot. Ze moesten vliegtuigen die een reparatie nodig hadden transporteren naar garages en de gerepareerde vliegtuigen naar de luchtbasissen vliegen.

July-Sept. 1940. The Battle of Britain was the German air force's attempt to gain air superiority over the RAF from July to September 1940. Their ultimate failure was one of the turning points of World War Two and prevented Germany from invading Britain. Photo: RAF fighter squadron 'scrambles' after receiving the signal to engage the enemy during the Battle of Britain.

What was the secret to winning the Battle of Britain?

July-Sept. 1940. The Battle of Britain was the German air force's attempt to gain air superiority over the RAF from July to September 1940. Their ultimate failure was one of the turning points of World War Two and prevented Germany from invading Britain. Photo: RAF fighter squadron 'scrambles' after receiving the signal to engage the enemy during the Battle of Britain.