DIEPPE 1942

Raid du 19 aout 1942 - Opération JUBILEE - 1380 tués alliés dont 913 Canadiens. 1600 blessés - 2000 prisonniers. 345 Allemands tués ou disparus et 268 blessés. 107 avions de la RAF abattus. 34 bâtiments coulés...
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19 août 1942, à Dieppe, carte détaillée du débarquement

Massacre à Dieppe

German soldiers stand behind a barbed wire obstacle on the beaches of Dieppe, among dozens of helmets, likely left behind by Allied prisoners after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid.

German soldiers stand behind a barbed wire obstacle on the beaches of Dieppe, among dozens of helmets, likely left behind by Allied prisoners after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid.

Elite British soldiers of No. 3 Commando return from the failed raid on Dieppe. Newhaven, England. August 1942.

Elite British soldiers of No. 3 Commando return from the failed raid on Dieppe.

Portrait of a soldier from No. 3 Commando armed with a ‘Tommy gun’ and wearing a balaclava, at Largs in Scotland, 2 May 1942 .   By 1942 Britain’s ‘Special Forces’, mainly the Commandos, were beginning to become established and were mounting an increasing number of raids on occupied Europe and behind enemy lines in the desert. Some raids were spectacular successes such as at St Nazaire, whilst others such as Dieppe are now largely viewed as disasters.

Lockeyear W T (Lt) -- Portrait of a soldier from No. 3 Commando armed with a 'Tommy gun' and wearing a balaclava, at Largs in Scotland, 2 May -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints

This aerial photograph shows the town of Dieppe during the raid of Aug. 19, 1942. Smoke rises from burning landing craft and from buildings facing the beach where the Churchill tanks of The Calgary Regiment landed. Dieppe’s harbor can be seen in the foreground of the photograph.

This aerial photograph shows the town of Dieppe during the raid of Aug. 19, 1942. Smoke rises from burning landing craft and from buildings facing the beach where the Churchill tanks of The Calgary Regiment landed. Dieppe’s harbor can be seen in the foreground of the photograph.

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Lieutenant Robert O. Campbell of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit near the Hitler Line, Italy, 23 May 1944. Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3206660

Lieutenant Robert O. Campbell of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit near the Hitler Line, Italy, 23 May Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3206660

Looking west from the eastern headland of Dieppe

Looking west from the eastern headland of Dieppe 1942

Humphrey Spender - Dieppe Raid-Lord Lovat-No.4 Commando-Operation Jubilee

Humphrey Spender was at Newhaven to photograph the return of Lord Lovat's Commando from Operation Jubilee, the raid on Dieppe on the 19 August

Dieppe Bar

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Dieppe Raid Photos - Bing Images

Dieppe Raid Photos - Bing Images This raid was a Preparation for D-Day Landings

No.4 Commando post Dieppe parade at Barassie Street School, Troon (Lord Lovat can be seen centre tallest)

Commando post Dieppe parade at Barassie Street School, Troon (Lord Lovat can be seen centre tallest)

Churchill tanks of the Calgary Regiment litter the stony beach in this photography taken by a German war photographer, as Tank Landing Craft No. 5 continues to burn well after the raid had ended, the tank troopers had been taken prisoner and the flotilla had returned to England. (Rob Alexander collection)

Churchill tanks of the Calgary Regiment litter the stony beach in this photography taken by a German war photographer, as Tank Landing Craft No. 5 continues to burn well after the raid had ended, the tank troopers had been taken prisoner and the flotilla had returned to England. (Rob Alexander collection)

(10/12) German soldiers stand behind a barbed wire obstacle on the beaches of Dieppe, among dozens of helmets, likely left behind by Allied prisoners after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid.

German soldiers stand behind a barbed wire obstacle on the beaches of Dieppe, among dozens of helmets, likely left behind by Allied prisoners after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid.

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