I found this at the show I went to this weekend, the seller said his Aunt was a nurse in Europe during the war and this was one of the things given to her. Pretty neat picture that shows the scale of the airborne drops.
Great photos keep them coming
My great uncle (on the left) and his crew under the wing of their RAAF CAC built Bristol Beaufort bomber-he ended the war as a Flying Officer-only member of the family to be commissioned.
1) Location and date unknown. Dad (23rd Hussars) messing about, Comets in the background.
2) le Beny Bocage, Aug 1 1944. 23rd Hussars celebrate after liberating the town.
3) le Beny Bocage, July 29th 2011. The scene today.
4) Antwerp, Sep 4th 1944. Tanks of C Squadron, 23rd Hussars enter the city.
Hi Grimmy, these are great!
I really like the stripped down Matchless G3L Motorbike. Sherman "Firefly's" are always a fave with me too.
Thanks for sharing them with us.
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