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CHILLING FOOTAGE showing former Nazi leader Adolf Hitler visiting wounded soldiers shortly after surviving an assassination attempt gives fresh insight into how the dictator sought to project strength to the German people after nearly being killed. The Nazi propaganda video shows Hitler arriving with his entourage at a hospital for military veterans, where he is shown around before holding conversations with several of the soldiers, some of whom are seriously injured. The film then shows Hitler leaving the hospital and being greeted by a crowd of adoring members of the public giving him the Nazi salute, with the camera then showing several high-ranking members of the Nazi party, including Hermann Goering and Josef Goebbels, chatting amongst themselves outside the hospital / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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CHILLING FOOTAGE showing former Nazi leader Adolf Hitler visiting wounded soldiers shortly after surviving an assassination attempt gives fresh insight into how the dictator sought to project strength to the German people after nearly being killed. The Nazi propaganda video shows Hitler arriving with his entourage at a hospital for military veterans, where he is shown around before holding conversations with several of the soldiers, some of whom are seriously injured. The film then shows Hitler leaving the hospital and being greeted by a crowd of adoring members of the public giving him the Nazi salute, with the camera then showing several high-ranking members of the Nazi party, including Hermann Goering and Josef Goebbels, chatting amongst themselves outside the hospital / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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THE HORROR of the Blitz has been shown like never before after a series of chilling photos were expertly colourised. The stunning historical images reveal a fleet of Germain Heinkel He 111s flying in formation during the Battle of Britain. Additional photographs show terrified citizens camping inside Aldwych Tube Station to escape the aerial bombardment whilst others depict chaos amongst the rubble on the streets of London. They are the work of Welsh electrician, Royston Leonard, who has painstakingly brought the snaps into the twenty-first century. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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THE HORROR of the Blitz has been shown like never before after a series of chilling photos were expertly colourised. The stunning historical images reveal a fleet of Germain Heinkel He 111s flying in formation during the Battle of Britain. Additional photographs show terrified citizens camping inside Aldwych Tube Station to escape the aerial bombardment whilst others depict chaos amongst the rubble on the streets of London. They are the work of Welsh electrician, Royston Leonard, who has painstakingly brought the snaps into the twenty-first century. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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THE HORROR of the Blitz has been shown like never before after a series of chilling photos were expertly colourised. The stunning historical images reveal a fleet of Germain Heinkel He 111s flying in formation during the Battle of Britain. Additional photographs show terrified citizens camping inside Aldwych Tube Station to escape the aerial bombardment whilst others depict chaos amongst the rubble on the streets of London. They are the work of Welsh electrician, Royston Leonard, who has painstakingly brought the snaps into the twenty-first century. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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THE HORROR of the Blitz has been shown like never before after a series of chilling photos were expertly colourised. The stunning historical images reveal a fleet of Germain Heinkel He 111s flying in formation during the Battle of Britain. Additional photographs show terrified citizens camping inside Aldwych Tube Station to escape the aerial bombardment whilst others depict chaos amongst the rubble on the streets of London. They are the work of Welsh electrician, Royston Leonard, who has painstakingly brought the snaps into the twenty-first century. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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THE HORROR of the Blitz has been shown like never before after a series of chilling photos were expertly colourised. The stunning historical images reveal a fleet of Germain Heinkel He 111s flying in formation during the Battle of Britain. Additional photographs show terrified citizens camping inside Aldwych Tube Station to escape the aerial bombardment whilst others depict chaos amongst the rubble on the streets of London. They are the work of Welsh electrician, Royston Leonard, who has painstakingly brought the snaps into the twenty-first century. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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THESE FASCINATING images from a new book about the men and women who served in India and Burma during the Second World War were based a deceased RAF serviceman???s private papers discovered by his daughter during a home move. Images from Clipped Wings by Elizabeth Dent show RAF groundcrew working on fixing several aircraft, while others show pictures of Indian locals during the 1940s. In further pictures, Japanese soldiers can be seen surrendering in the Burmese capital of Rangoon (now Yangon in Myanmar) while another shows Japanese commanders marching through the centre of the city / Elizabeth Dent / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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Smiling troops make their way back to Britain / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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A group of soldiers look out at a burning ship / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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A flotilla of boats return from Dunkirk / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Two rescue boats make their way across the channel / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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British troops in Dunkirk / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Soldiers fill up their canteens / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Troops wade through the sea toward a rescue boat / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Troops being evacuated on a boat, with the central figure bearing a resemblance to film star Fionn Whitehead / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Actor and star of the film, Fionn Whitehead / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Heat
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Troops wait in the rubble to be rescued / INCREDIBLE COLOUR pictures showing the dramatic evacuation of Dunkirk during World War II have emerged on the release day of the huge blockbuster film about the daring military operation. And one of the men pictured appears to show a striking resemblance to the film???s London-born star, Fionn Whitehead. Images show a flotilla of British ships making their way across the channel as part of the rescue attempt, while another sees a group of soldiers wading through the sea as they make their way toward a boat / Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Drummond (left), receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge No.1 RAF Depot, March 1938. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Drummond Wilson at the controls of an Arvo Anson, 1940. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Flight Lieutenant Matthew Drummond Henderson Wilson in full uniform. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Sergeant Norman 'Danny' Rixson, 20, from Grays, Essex. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Flight Lieutenant Marc Lagesse. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Drummond Wilson in front of a Tiger Moth at Perth No.11 E&R Flying and Training School, March 1938. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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XV Squadron photograph, November 1941. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Taken at Perth, No.11 Flying Training School. Front row, third left is Drummond and front row, third from the right is Norman Robson. March 1938. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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A German soldier on the wreck of Robert Melville's Stirling W7524, shot down July 16, 1942. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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Vice Chief of Air Staff, Shivdev Singh, Indian Air Force, August 1969. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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The book's front cover, showing Drummond's first crew, Sgt William 'Eddie' Chambers, Sgt Noel 'Johnny' Spalding, Flying Officer Clifford 'Cliff' Reeve, Flt Lt Drummond 'Jock' Wilson, Pilot Officer Shivdev Singh, Sgt William 'Jim' Ely, Sgt Noel 'Ginger' Cash, Sgt Daniel 'Lucky' Lammie, November 1941. THE FATEFUL story detailing the close friendships of the brave men from one RAF bomber command squadron who raided the deadly skies of Nazi Germany during WW2 have been revealed in a new book. Incredible black and white images show the members of the XV squadron which was lead by Squadron Leader Drummond Wilson taken in November 1941, five months before one of their Stirling bombers was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire in raids over Essen, Germany. Other stunning pictures show Drummond at the controls of an Avro Anson and receiving his wings at RAF Uxbridge in 1939. After being hit in Essen on the night of April 10, to April 11, 1942, Drummond and his co-pilot Sgt David Southey managed to navigate their damaged bomber back to RAF Alconbury, but were told to go around due to an aircraft on the runway. Over the Cambridgeshire town of Godmanchester, the machine's oil pipe broke causing the engines to cut out and the aircraft to crash, breaking up on landing. Drummond and the Mid Upper Gunner, Sgt Edgar Gould, were killed, six men survived. The real-life story has been unveiled in the book, Stirling to Essen: The Godmanchester Stirling: A Bomber Command Story of Courage and Tragedy by Roger Leivers. It is published by Fighting High Publishing.
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SBS Dick Holmes. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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SBS - Agean. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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SAS Germany 18 November 1944. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Lt Colonel David Stirling DSO. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Army Rangers. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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The WLA draining marsh land in Devon, 1943. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Women working on the sugar beet crops, 1943. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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British girl recruits learning the silo-step-stamping into a compact mass of the molasses-soaked grass that fills the silo, 1943. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Women fertilizing the fields for grazing, 1943. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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A former London dressmaker who joined the WLA, 1943. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Eleanor Roosevelt talking with a woman machinist during her goodwill tour of Great Britain, 1942. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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A U.S. officers' mess in England, with girls of the British Women's Auxiliary Air Force serving as waitresses, 1943. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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A woman in Britain's Land Army clearing out a pig-house, 1942. INCREDIBLE black and white pictures have been revealed showing the lives of women who kept Britain in business during WW2 whilst their men were fighting overseas. The eye-opening photographs show women tending to sugar beet crops so that Britain could produce its own sugar rations, a former London dressmaker standing proudly with sheaves of wheat in her arms and members of the Women???s Land Army fertilising the soil ready to grow crops. Other images show a woman cleaning out a pig-house and a group of females draining marsh land in Devon for grazing. Another monochrome shot even shows former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt talking to a machinist whilst on her goodwill tour of Great Britain and members of the British Women???s Auxiliary Air Force serving US officers at a dinner. Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Incredible Images Show the Lighter Side to the Second World War As US Soldiers Keep Their Morale High. Remarkable colourised images capture lighter side of the Second World War as soldiers pose with pets, fool around on a German fighter and hold flags aloft. The superb pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. “The pictures show the quiet and lighter moments during the dreadful second World War,” Royston said. “Colourisation is a hobby of mine and I learned it by trying out ideas by myself,” said Royston.
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Pearl Harbor. THE HORRIFYING surprise attack on Pearl Harbour by the Japanese Imperial Navy Air Service have been brought back to life through the work of a British electrician. The remarkable pictures show vast war ships and a PBY flying boat burning from the bombs dropped by the Japanese air service who began the attack at 7:55 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941. Other alarming images show sailors trying to salvage the remaining PBY flying boats which were burning to the ground right in front of their eyes. The mind-blowing pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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Burning ships at Pearl Harbor. THE HORRIFYING surprise attack on Pearl Harbour by the Japanese Imperial Navy Air Service have been brought back to life through the work of a British electrician. The remarkable pictures show vast war ships and a PBY flying boat burning from the bombs dropped by the Japanese air service who began the attack at 7:55 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941. Other alarming images show sailors trying to salvage the remaining PBY flying boats which were burning to the ground right in front of their eyes. The mind-blowing pictures have been expertly colourised by electrician Royston Leonard (54) from Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom. Royston digitally paints over the black and white images and mixes his colours on screen. Royston Leonard / mediadrumworld.com
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INCREDIBLE PHOTOS showing the real evacuation of Dunkirk have been published in a new book chronicling the daring rescue. Images from new release Dunkirk: The Real Story in Photographs by Tim Lynch show British Tommy???s wading through the waters on the beach of Dunkirk to reach rescue ships, while another shows stretcher-bearers carrying the wounded back to shore after successfully returning from France. Further pictures show soldiers smiling and laughing as jubilant crowds handed out drinks upon their return from France, despite them being part of one of the greatest British military defeats in histor / The History Press / mediadrumworld.com
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Olga Shirnina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Sniper volunteer Nadezhda Kolesnikova. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Sniper Yevgenia Makeeva killed 68b fascists. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko WW2 Red Army sniper. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Ziba DeNoise. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Central Women's School of Sniper Training, 1943. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko Soviet sniper during World War II. Credited with 309 kills the most successful female sniper in history. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza Shanina. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Lyuba Makarova. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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Roza-Shanina-soviet-female-sniper-WW2. STUNNING colourised images have given new life to WW2 female snipers who protected their territory against German attacks, including the most successful female sniper in history, Lyudmila Pavlichenko also known as Lady Death. The incredible pictures delve deep into the soul of smiling Lyudmila Pavlichenko standing proudly with her weapon and in another portrait she is pictured wearing full uniform beneath a framed picture of Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Other spectacular shots show beautiful blonde Roza Shanina who was responsible for 59-confirmed kills and Lyuba Makarova. Another photo shows a row of other Soviet women ready to help defeat Nazi Germany. The survival-rate of these brave women was incredibly low ??" with seventy-five percent killed during WW2. The photographs were colourised by translator, Olga Shirnina from Moscow, Russia.
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The crew of an M$ tank standing in front of it. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M3 Tanks. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M4 Tank. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M3 tank and crew using small arms. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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The crew of an M$ tank standing in front of it. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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A young soldier of the armored forces holds and sights his Garand rifle like an old timer. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Tank Driver. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M4 and M3 tanks on maneuvers. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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An M3 Stuart light tank drives through a water obstacle. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Tank Commander. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Crewman of an M3 Tank posing for the camera. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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M3 tanks in action. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Tank Commander poses. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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The crew of an M$ tank standing in front of it. FORT KNOX, USA: SPECTACULAR behind the scenes pictures show the United States??? first armoured division preparing for battle in their new tanks during World War Two. The incredible images show soldiers taking part in drills at Fort Knox, Kentucky involving the M3 and M4 tanks. Other stunning shots show the tank crews using small arms, posing on top of their tanks and relaxing in between exercises despite being caked in dirt and mud. The rare colour photographs were taken in 1942 by Office of War Information photographer Alfred T. Palmer as he visited Fort Knox and were likely used for propaganda.
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Second Lieutenant Don Gentile poses in front of his uniquely marked Spitfire VB BL255 at Debden soon after joining the USAAF in September 1942. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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On 22 September 1942 the press visited the 309th FS at Westhampnett (now Goodwood airfield) where the unit entertained them by conducting the usual 'stunts' associated wiht such occasions. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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the very last USAAF pilot to 'make ace' on the Spitfire was New Yorker First Lieutenant Richard Hurd of the 308th FS. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.
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Major Harrison Thyng strikes a typical fighter pilot's pose while undertaking his conversion on to the Spitfire in late June 1942 at Atcham. STUNNING pictures have revealed the legions of Spitfires America used during World War Two after being gifted them by the RAF. The incredible images show how the RAF roundel has been replaced on most of the planes by the ???stars and bars??? of the USAAF. Other shots show American pilots proudly posing with their trusted Spitfire planes, with many displaying their own custom paint jobs. The spectacular war-time snaps are showcased in a new book, Star-Spangled Spitfires, by Tony Holmes and published by Pen and Sword.

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