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  • SCENES IN FLORENCE, ITALY, 14 AUGUST 1944

    SCENES IN FLORENCE, ITALY, 14 AUGUST 1944

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR COLOUR TRANSPARENCY COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    TR 2288

    Civilians clambering over the ruins of the Ponte Alle Grazia, one of the bridges over the River Arno destroyed by the Germans before evacuating Florence on 11 August 1944. With the arrival of the British forces, the civilians were returning to the north...

  • OPERATION PEDESTAL, AUGUST 1942

    OPERATION PEDESTAL, AUGUST 1942

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

    GM 1452

    15 August: Arrival of the BRISBANE STAR at Malta: Detailed photograph showing damage to the starboard side of the BRISBANE STAR.

  • 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 4451

    British troops move into Belgium, May 1940: British troops prepare to blow up a bridge in Louvain before the town was evacuated.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-1945

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-1945

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

    H 9464

    Royal Welch Fusiliers assist in clearing bomb damage in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 7 May 1941.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-1945

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-1945

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

    H 8138

    British troops of Western Command clearing up bomb damage in Birkenhead, Cheshire, 15 March 1941.

  • BRITISH EIGHTH ARMY TROOPS CROSSING THE RIVER PO, BEYOND FERRARA, ITALY, 28 APRIL 1945

    BRITISH EIGHTH ARMY TROOPS CROSSING THE RIVER PO, BEYOND FERRARA, ITALY, 28 APRIL 1945

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR COLOUR TRANSPARENCY COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    TR 2847

    British Eighth Army traffic crossing the first pontoon Bailey bridge, constructed by the Royal Engineers, over the River Po. In the foreground men of the Royal Artillery are constructing a searchlight to facilitate night time use of the bridge.

  • AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-1945

    AIR RAID DAMAGE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-1945

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer 1940-11-15

    H 5600

    Bomb damage in Broadgate, central Coventry, the morning after the German air raid on the night of 14 November 1940.

  • THE DIEPPE RAID, 19 AUGUST 1942

    THE DIEPPE RAID, 19 AUGUST 1942

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

    H 22612

    The Dieppe shoreline viewed from a landing craft as it approached; fires are burning visibly in the hinterland as a result of the naval and aerial bombardment.

  • THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    THE ROYAL NAVY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

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

    N 65

    HMS BITTERN ablaze in Namsos Fjord after having suffered a direct hit in the stern by an aerial bomb during the evacuation of Namsos.

  • 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 4756

    The Evacuation of the BEF from France, June 1940: British soldiers destroy stores at an RASC (Royal Army Service Corps) depot before retreating to the Channel ports.

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