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The British Army in Sicily 1943. Sherman tank crews watch a boxing match, 1 August 1943. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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British Prisoners of War celebrate their liberation from Stalag 11B at Fallingbostel, 16 April 1945. From left to right: Private Smyth of Downham, captured at Cherbourg in 1944; Private Ryan of Bradford, captured at Hertogenbosch, 1944; Corporal Beardmore of Cheadle, captured at Arnhem, 1944; Private Still of Manchester, captured at Arnhem, 1944 and Private Greare of Glasgow, captured at St. Valery, 1940. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Coast Guardsman prizes his batteres war bonnet. It saved his life on the invasion beaches of France. He was knocked down when a Nazi 30 claiber machine gun bullet tore a two inch hole in his tin hat. He escaped the incident with a minor scratch to the head. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Malaria drug warning. Skulls on a warning sign at a US Army hospital during World War II (1939-1945). Also known as quinacrine and mepacrine, the drug atabrine acts against the protozoan that causes malaria. Photographed at the 363rd Station Hospital, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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January 01, 1944 Butch O'Brien, a spaniel mascot of the US navy on board his ship in the Sea of Japan. He is wearing a lifejacket with his name on it. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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US Marine feeds bananas to a goat, Saipan 1944. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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July 06, 1945 - The final victory over Nazi Germany achieved, soldiers and allies of the British, American and Russian armies mimic and mock Adolf Hitler and his ideas on Hitler's famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Anzio Beach Head Hospital - American soldiers inside hospital tent riddled with holes caused by German schrapnel from long range gun attacks which killed 5 & wounded 8 patients in the tent. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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C-47 Skytrain ATC 1944 - An Air Transport Command plane flies over the pyramids in Egypt. Loaded with urgent war supplies and materials, this plane is one of a fleet flying shipments from the U.S. across the Atlantic and the continent of Africa to strategic battle zones. 1943. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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U-boat crew with guns posing on board with dead polar bear; 1943. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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WWII Thanksgiving. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Finnish soldier with a pack Reindeer, on an ice covered lake, near the tiny village of Nautsi, in northern Lapland, Finland. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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On hand to greet their master when he returned from the front lines on Okinawa were these puppies, Nansi, Shoto, Sake, Zero, Banzai, and Okinawa. They present a housing problem to Marine tankman Private Bruce Rutherford, of Bristol, Tenn. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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NZ soldiers trout fishing using rifles near the Syrian and Turkish border, 9 July 1942. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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An American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant. The reason why the corporal is atop the elephant is a mystery but elephants were never a weapons platform adopted by the US Army. 1914 SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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August 01, 1935 An unidentified corporal from the US Army's 30th Infantry Division (based in the San Francisco Presidio) stands at attention with a group of women in two-piece bathing costumes, doughboy helmets, and heels, each of whom holds an M1917 Enfield rifle, on a parade ground in Camp George Derby, on the grounds of the California Pacific International Exposition in Balboa Park, San Diego California, mid to late 1935. Mostly obscured behind the women is the entrance to the expo's so-called 'Indian Village.' SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka??? for the visit of King George II of Greece, his wife the Queen, his cousin Prince Peter and Major General Freyberg. The location was at an army training camp at Helwan in Egypt. SOME of war???s more light-hearted moments have been given a new lease of life after being expertly colourised. The incredible images show Allied soldiers mocking Adolf Hitler from his famous balcony at the Chancellery in conquered Berlin, Sherman tank crews watching a boxing match between two soldiers in Sicily and Maoris of ???C??? Company, 28th Maori Battalion of the 2nd New Zealand Division perform the ???Haka???. Other striking shots show animals during the war as an American corporal aims a Colt M1895 atop a Sri Lankan elephant, puppies greet Marine tanksman Private Bruce Rutherford as he returns from Okinawa and Unsinkable Sam, the only cat in WWII to have served in both the Kriegsmarine and the Royal Navy. The black and white photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com

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