THE INVASION OF NORTH AFRICA
THEN AND NOW
In 2012 Jean Paul Pallud wrote the After the...
Command Decision came out in 1948 so the USAF was only a couple of months old at the time. It looks like the men are still wearing...
Looking ahead for anyone travelling/ following the Veterans of the upcoming event ' The 75th Anniversary of the Normandy landings June 6th 1944'...
I must admit I don't know much about the Italian campaign, but thought I'd post a few pictures of WWII sites I accidentally came across while...
I came across a sketch map of Lalmanirhat airfield in the war diary for 353 Lines of Communication Sub Area for 1944 (WO 172/4554). I wasn't...
From the war diary of 353 Lines of Communication Sub Area (WO 172/4554)
International Harvester in World War Two /WWII
Outside No.5 Flurstrasse in Bauchem.
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ANSCHLUSS OF AUSTRIA: THEN AND NOW
In September 2017 I’ve visited Vienna and have found all the main sites, historically famous because of the...
Hello, my first post is a DDay query .I've understood my Dad landed on DDay ,with B Squadron,however a letter I found written by him whilst...
Here's just a quick "then and now" from my own collection of pictures relating to Louvain/Leuven in May 1940.
These are men from 2 Middlesex....
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The last three years I have made about 50 videos with the subject Now & Then.
The cities I visited were:
Using Langley's book - Fight Another Day
On the Bergues to Furnes Canal Line
And where he was captured in Dunkirk
There are a number of British Pathé films and still images showing elements of 15th/19th Hussars who had been forward of the Dyle Line returning...
Found a Then and Now of British troops (possibly of the 3rd Division) move inland from Queen White Beach at Sword Beach.
I went to Normandy in August with my Son and found the spot where Col Rudder set up his command post on D-Day. Here you can see my Son stood in...
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