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A group of Czech soldiers and airmen and British civilians look at books at the counter of Camden Town Public Library, London, 1940.
Three Czech soldiers walk down a street, somewhere in London in 1940.
Czech soldiers and airmen buy tobacco from a salesgirl at a tobacconist's shop in Camden Town, London in 1940. Note the large criss-cross of tape across the large shop windows to prevent them from shattering during an air raid.
Czech soldiers and airmen look in the window of a tobacconist's shop at a display of cigarettes and tobacco, somewhere in London in 1940. They are joined by a few British civilians.
Dr Edouard Benes, the exiled President of Czechoslovakia, with Czechoslovak Air Force personnel and troops in the Eastern Command, who had recently returned from the Middle East to Britain.
part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR COLOUR TRANSPARENCY COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information official photographer
Representatives of (left to right) Belgium, Iran, Great Britain, China, and Czechoslavakia wait for the ceremony to start.
Members of the Czech Government in Exile visiting Northern Ireland. Left to right: Brigadier General Edmund Hill (USA); General Jan Sergěj Ingr, Minister of National Defence and Commander in Chief of Czechoslovak Forces; Lieutenant General Harold Edmund...
The Churchill Coalition Government 11 May 1940 - 23 May 1945: The Minister of Economic Warfare, Dr Hugh Dalton, holding a shell during a visit to Czech troops stationed in the Western Command.
part of "FOREIGN OFFICE POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT (PID) SECOND WORLD WAR PHOTOGRAPH LIBRARY: CLASSIFIED PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Czechoslovak Army Film and Photographic Service
Winston Churchill with Dr Edvard Benes, exiled President of the Czechoslovak Republic, during a visit to Czechoslovak troops at Morton Morrell, near Leamington, on 20 April 1941.