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Images Dated 25th November 2019

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Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Museum of Underwater Wrecks Port en Bessin

Museum of Underwater Wrecks Port en Bessin
In 1970 Jaques Lemonchois was asked to clear war wrecks not cleared by the government. The results here include tanks, parts of aeroplanes and torpedos, plus films, photos and documents

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: British & Canadian Liberators Monument Bretteville

British & Canadian Liberators Monument Bretteville
This striking Memorial lists all the Participants in the Liberation of Communes between the rivers Thue & Mue, 3rd Can Div, RCA, 2nd Armoured Bde, 43rd Wessex Div, 15th Scottish Div

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam
Small child dressed as Uncle Sam and smoking a cigar. Artist: Flora White Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: American Flag

American Flag
Some Flag. Small child in uniform draped in large American flag. Artist: Flora White Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: CAXTON AND HIS PRESS

CAXTON AND HIS PRESS
The printer William Caxton checking a proof. Printed the first English illustrated book, the encyclopaedia The Myrrour of the worlde in 1481. Date: circa 1475

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Birds Custard

Birds Custard
Advertisement for Birds Custard showing girl pouring custard on a trifle. Date: circa 1940

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Headstone of Flight-Lieutenant David Lord, VC

Headstone of Flight-Lieutenant David Lord, VC
David Lord is buried in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery at Oosterbeek. He had spent five years, mostly in India with 31 Squadron

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Belgian Piron Brigade Memorial, Opheusden, Holland

Belgian Piron Brigade Memorial, Opheusden, Holland
Opheusden was the centre of much fighting involving British, American and Belgian forces following the failure of Operation Market Garden to cross the Rhine at Arnhem

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Cafe t Hertje - first place Liberated in Holland

Cafe t Hertje - first place Liberated in Holland
Following the capture of Joes Bridge on 10 September 1944, the following day D Squadron of 2nd Household Cavalry Regiment arrived here - then called Cafe Rustoord

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: 2nd Bn Royal Ulster Rifles Memorial Cambes en Plaine

2nd Bn Royal Ulster Rifles Memorial Cambes en Plaine
The Battalion captured the village on 9 June. The German posltion was one of the strongest on this part of the front. The capture sealed the connection between Canadian & British Forces

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: 50th Northumrian Division Asnelles Normandy

50th Northumrian Division Asnelles Normandy
The memorial is at a crossroads named Alexander Stanier after the Commander of the leading brigade (the 231st) of the 50th that landed on Gold Beach. Nearby are memorials to the leading battalions

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Entrance to site of German POW Camp Foucarville

Entrance to site of German POW Camp Foucarville
Eventually the camp held 40, 000 prisoners including 218 Generals and 6 Admirals. It was effectively a full blown town with a 1, 000 bed hospital, a cinema, electric lights, a ballroom and shops

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: General Pattons HQ with Sherman tank Nehou Normandy

General Pattons HQ with Sherman tank Nehou Normandy
Patton had his Command Post here from 6 July to 2 August 1944. The memorial area was initially set up by the State of Connecticut

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Eros Royal Engineers Memorial Tierceville Normandy

Eros Royal Engineers Memorial Tierceville Normandy
The figure was made by 179th Special Field Company and completed on 23 August 1944. in one particularly heavy frost it lost a leg but thanks to former members of the French Resistance & the Comite du

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Girl in a bonnet

Girl in a bonnet enjoying tea in her kitchen. Artist: Frances Brundage Date: 1908

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: Canadian Inuksuk Monument Utah Beach Museum

Canadian Inuksuk Monument Utah Beach Museum
It is estimated that about 3, 000 Native Canadians (Inuit, Metis and others) fought in WW2 of whom some 200 died. The Memorial, built by Inuk Elder Peter Irniq was unveiled on 30 October 2005

Background imageImages Dated 25th November 2019: House in Courseulles where King George VI stayed

House in Courseulles where King George VI stayed
There is a small hard to read Memorial Plaque above the central door. The King stayed here on 16 June 1944 much against the wishes of most senior military figures who were concerned for his safety


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