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tireur d'élite britannique pose pour le photographe dans les ruines de la rue Montoir-Poissonnerie, Caen, le 9 Juillet 44

A British sniper poses for the photographer in the ruins of rue Montoir-Poissonnerie, Caen, 9 July 40 x 29 cm x 3465 px) @ 300 DPI

BRITISH ARMY - 1st Airborne Division, Normandy 1944

British Helmets and Other Equipment in World War Airborne Helmet From “The Elite: The Worlds Crack Fighting Men - The Airborne”, by Ashley Brown & Jonathan Reed, The National Historical Society Publications, (p

BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 6295)   A shell being loaded into a 5.5-inch gun, 2 July 1944.

The British Army in Normandy A shell being loaded into a gun, 2 July

BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 6225)   Infantry of 49th Division digging in beside Sherman tanks near Rauray, 30 June 1944.

Infantry of Division digging in beside Sherman tanks near Rauray, 30 June

historywars: “ British infantry in a skirmish on the road to Caen, Normandy in June 1944. ”- pin by Paolo Marzioli

historywars: “ British infantry in a skirmish on the road to Caen, Normandy in June ” British troops in action in Normandy.

Then and Now WWII. Sherman tank and Sherman Firefly of the British Army roll through Escoville during Operation Goodwood. Operation Goodwood was a British offensive in the Second World War, that took place between 18 and 20 July 1944 as part of the Battle for Caen in Normandy, France.

Then and Now WWII. Sherman tank and Sherman Firefly of the British Army roll through Escoville during Operation Goodwood. Operation Goodwood was a British offensive in the Second World War, that took place between 18 and 20 July 1944 as part of the Battle for Caen in Normandy, France.

A StuG III Ausf. G (late) sits turned onto its side in a river near Putanges, France, 20 August 1944.

A German StuG III assault gun on its side in the river at Putanges, 20 August

British paratroopers Normandy 1944

British paratroopers Normandy 1944 - somewhere on the outskirts of Caen, pin by Paolo Marzioli

British/Commonwealth Sniper in Normandy 1944

British/Commonwealth Sniper in Normandy i. They eliminated targets from a distance ii. Sows the weapons and outfit of a British sniper

Irish Army - 1. Private, 8th Battalion King's Regiment (Liverpool Irish) 7th Breach Group, Normandy 1944 - 2. Caporale, 2nd battalion Royal Ulster Rifles, 2rd Division, Normandy, 1944 - 3. 2nd Lieutnant, 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles, 6th Airbourne Division, Germany, 1945

Irish Army - 1. Private, 8th Battalion King's Regiment (Liverpool Irish) 7th Breach Group, Normandy 1944 - 2. Caporale, 2nd battalion Royal Ulster Rifles, 2rd Division, Normandy, 1944 - 3. 2nd Lieutnant, 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles, 6th Airbourne Division, Germany, 1945

British Military Police Officers question a Leibstandarte SS Storm trooper on July 1944 in Normandie. The unidentified SS-Sturmmann was found to be carrying a large quantity of Soviet banknotes.

Two snipers of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, British 6th Airborne Div before D-Day, May 1944.

Two unidentified snipers in "ghillie" suits of the Canadian Parachute Battalion during an inspection by King George VI Queen Elizabeth and Princess Elizabeth Salisbury Plain England 17 May Photo: MIKAN

British Commandos - Normandy, 1944 - 1. Machine gunner, 6 Commando - 2. Commando with flamethrower - 3. Commando sniper

British Commandos - Normandy, 1944 - 1. Machine gunner, 6 Commando - 2. Commando with flamethrower - 3. Commando sniper

World War II history gallery British troops land on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, the beginning of the Allied invasion of France to establish a second front against German forces in Europe. Normandy, France, June 6, 1944.

GO ou SW-B - World War II history gallery British troops land on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, the beginning of the Allied invasion of France to establish a second front against German forces in Europe.

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