THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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Trainees, their faces painted with camouflage paint, on patrol in a wooded area at the Royal Marines Eastern Warfare School. These men are learning to give themselves all-round protection when forced to keep to a narrow track in the "English jungle" at the Eastern Warfare School at Brockenhurst, Hampshire where they learn jungle tactics for the Pacific War.
Trainees learn jungle tactics for the Pacific War at the Royal Marines Eastern Warfare School at Brockenhurst, Hampshire, 2 February 1945.
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