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  • OPERATION TELIC:  BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    OPERATION TELIC: BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: Penfound, Giles

    OP-TELIC 03-010-30-055

    Three Iraqi civilians are escorted at gunpoint through the ruins of Basra City by soldiers of 1st Irish Guards. The Iraqis, suspected to be military personnel in disguise, had been found attempting to gain access to the Irish Guards' forward...

  • OPERATION TELIC:  BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    OPERATION TELIC: BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: Penfound, Giles

    OP-TELIC 03-010-35-014

    The remains of an Iraqi civilian's bicycle, crushed by a passing British tank during the Battle for Basra City (21 March - 6 April).

  • OPERATION TELIC:  BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    OPERATION TELIC: BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: Penfound, Giles

    OP-TELIC 03-010-34-003

    From a vantage point at Basra Technical College near Bridge Four, a sniper of 1st Irish Guards provides covering fire for Royal Engineers as they attempt to extinguish one of the many oil well fires during the Battle for Basra City (21 March - 6 April...

  • OPERATION TELIC:  BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    OPERATION TELIC: BRITISH FORCES IN IRAQ, 2003

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    OP-TELIC 03-010-36-118

    One of the British Army official photographers covering Operation TELIC, WO2 Giles Penfound, is caught on camera by one of his colleagues while working at Basra City.

  • SUICIDE BOMBING, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON, 7 JULY 2005

    SUICIDE BOMBING, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON, 7 JULY 2005

    part of "MCLEOD NOEL (MRS)" (photographs) Made by: McLeod Noel

    HU 93645

    The remains of a No 30 double decker London bus in Tavistock Square, photographed from a nearby window shortly after the detonation of a suicide bomb at 9.47 am. The bus, carrying London rush hour commuters, had been travelling from Marble Arch to...

  • BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    LAND-02-012-0645

    View from Balahissar Fort over the ruins of badly shelled villages towards Kabul, February 2002. Balahissar Fort was one of the critical fortifications during the British retreat from Kabul in 1842.

  • BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    LAND-02-012-0637

    The ruins of Balahissar Fort, one of the critical fortifications during the British retreat from Kabul in 1842.

  • BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    LAND-02-012-0639

    Afghan women walking through the ruins of Balahissar Fort, one of the critical fortifications during the British retreat from Kabul in 1842.

  • BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    BRITISH FORCES IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    LAND-02-012-0643

    View from Balahissar Fort over the ruins of badly shelled villages towards Kabul, February 2002. Balahissar Fort was one of the critical fortifications during the British retreat from Kabul in 1842.

  • OPERATION SLUBBER:   THE BRITISH ARMY DURING THE FOOT AND MOUTH EPIDEMIC IN BRITAIN, 2001

    OPERATION SLUBBER: THE BRITISH ARMY DURING THE FOOT AND MOUTH EPIDEMIC IN BRITAIN, 2001

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98339

    Portrait of Brigadier Alex Birtwistle, Commander 42 (North West) Brigade, who commanded British Army operations during the Foot and Mouth epidemic. Brigadier Birtwhistle left the Army shortly after this operation.

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