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  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 72

    The BEF arrives in France, September - October 1939: A road sign reminding British Army drivers that they should drive on the right hand side of the road.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    C 299

    The Royal Air Force in France 1939 - 1940: Fairey Battle fighter bomber at a snow covered airfield in France during the winter of 1939 - 1940.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 82

    The BEF arrives in France, September - October 1939: A British soldier is greeted with flowers by a French girl at Rouen.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 229

    51st Highland Division in the Maginot Line: A British sentry on duty wearing a gas mask in the underground passage in a fort on the Maginot Line.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 159

    The 'Phoney' War, October 1939 - May 1940: The 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers marching through Gavrelle near Arras.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 170

    The 'Phoney' War, October 1939 - May 1940: 8 inch howitzer of 1st Heavy Regiment, Royal Artillery camouflaged in position near Laquielle.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 1792

    HM King George VI visits the BEF, December 1939: The King leaves a bunker in the Maginot Line.

  • NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN FRANCE

    NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN FRANCE

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    O 2170

    The Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain makes a broadcast speech prior to his departure from Arras, France, after visiting the British Expeditionary Force on 15 December 1939.

  • THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    THE BRITISH EXPEDITIONARY FORCE (BEF) IN FRANCE 1939-1940

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    F 2094

    Personalities: General Lord Gort VC, Commander in Chief of the British Expeditionary force, with General Joseph Georges, Commander in Chief of the French 9th Army after receiving the Grand Croix of the Legion of Honour at Arras.

  • THE CIVILIAN EVACUATION SCHEME IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    THE CIVILIAN EVACUATION SCHEME IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR PRESS AGENCY PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs)

    HU 36238

    Young children from the East End of London carrying their belongings, including their gas masks, as they set off on their journey to safer areas.

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