Discussion in '1940' started by Drew5233, Jan 11, 2009.
photo of carrier towing a gun.
Nice photo, but that's a Light Dragon MkIII - towing guns is what they did. Interesting marking as well.
Thanks for the ID am not a expert on them.
Yeah good picture. I've yet to see a Bren towing and I've seen quite a few pictures from this forum and a couple of private collections.
Wasn't it just the RHA that took those to France?
Hello to all members. I've joined this forum just a couple of days ago. There are wonderful discussions and pictures in here.
I am planning a trip to Dunkirk (and then to Dieppe) in October and this thread helps me alot. But the majority of pictures (that I would like to see for then & now pictures) don't seem to open. Is there a way to see those?
Hello and welcome to the forum.
Unfortunately some of the earlier pictures on this thread (and others) were lost when the forum changed over to another system some time ago.
I dunno but - the first page, with Drew's pics, looks more like broken links to an image hosting site than lost attachments.
If the pics haven't been deleted they could be edited back in.
I fixed some of the images which weren't showing in my own threads, links broke after I organised my photo bucket account into named albums.
Some of the photos are not showing up anymore so I`m adding these ,some have, I know ,been posted before but I cannot see which
Edited and replaced the college IT project with some of the originals
My father was positioned on the Le Bassee Canal with 2nd battalion Beds & Herts but the positions were only held for about 40 hours.
My father was positioned on the Le Bassee Canal with 2nd battalion Beds & Herts but the positions were only held for about 40 hours. Interestingly, I have been trying for weeks to find the location of the canal and purely by chance came upon this thread and the solution! excellent
Found a few more.
Thanks for reposting those photos - enjoyed
Brilliant pictures kyle, thanks for posting them.
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